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COPYRIGHT 1938 

Evelyn SKcrt Editor 

J. R. Fulmer Editor 

Leslie Yonngblood .... Business Manager 
Carl Simon Business Manager 




PUBLISHED IN THE ONE HUNDRED 
AND FIFTY-FIFTH YEAR OF THE 
ACADEMY, AND IN THE YEAR OF 
OUR LORD, NINETEEN HUNDRED 
AND THIRTY-EIGHT 



THE STUDENT BODY OF 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 
OF AUGUSTA 



ACADEMY OF RICHMOND 
COUNTY 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



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io give a modern and vivid portrayal of a school 
year in The Academy of Richmond Counby and 
The Junior College of Augusta -- to provide a 
source of pleasant memories for future reference. 
Although a labor of love, it has been no easy task 
to meet with originality, despite increased financial 
woes, the varied charges of the critics. Do not 
judge too harshly the result; the task was difficult. 



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i he Academy of Richmond County is the oldest 
educational institution in Georcia and the fourth 
oldest in the United States. The Theme, then, as 
you see, was inspired by the rich traditional back- 
ground in front of which stands our school, one 
hundred and fifty-five years old. An attempt has 
been made to treat eveiy phase of our school's 
great life, to treat it in a modern light and with 
modern decorative motif. 



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Tv/enty-three years, practically a quarter of A. R. C.'s cenlury and a half of progress, he 
served us: our counselor and friend. May we, the sons and daughters of ]. C. A. and A. R. C, 
by this modest gesture, show our appreciation of his invariable loyalty. We, the editors, dedicate 
this edition to our educator and friend — 

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Board of Trustees, The Acddemy of Richmond County 

John Phinizy President 

Landon Thomas \'ice-President 

Warren Bothwell Secretary and Treasurer 

Joseph B. Cumming E. C. B. Danforth. Jr. 

Ferdinand Phinizy A. Brian Merry 

Officers of Board of Education 

T. J. Fender President 

H. L. ^lurphey \'ice-President 

S. D. Copeland Secretary and Supt. of Schools 

J. G. McDonald Business Manager 

High School and Junior College Committee 

]Mrs. Ben E. Lester Chairman 

E. M. Gay E. H. Hutchinson 

L. E. Harris Mrs. J. F. Mulligan 

James J. Harbin H. L. Murphe} 

T. M. Xickles 




Eric West Hardy, A. B., A. M. 

President 




Anton Paul Markert, ^. S., M. A. 

Dean 







FACULTY 



ERNEST MASON ALLEX, Ph.B. 

English, French 

Ph. B., Emory University, 1926 . . . Student Instructor in 

French, Emory University, 1925-26 . . . A. R. C. 1926- . . . 

J. C. A.. 1936- . . . Gr.-wluate Work, Emory University, 1936. 



MAKt;.\RET BAILIE, B. S. 

Librarian 

Junior College of Augusta . . . Converse College, B. S., 1930 

. . . Emory University, B. A. in L. S., 1931 . . Academy 

of Richmond County and Junior College of Augusta, 1931-. 



G. LANGSTOX BOLTOX, B. S. 

Science 

B. S.. Emory Unixersity, 1926 . . . Cuthbert High School, 

1927-28 . . . Cartcrsville High School, 1928-30 . . . A. R. C, 

1930-. 



MARION TURXER BRYSOX, A. B. 
Science 
A. B., Gordon Institute, 1909 . . . Emory University, 1911 
. . . Hillsboro High School, 1909-10 . . . Bostick High 
School. 1911-12 . . . Buckhead High School, 1912-14 . . . 
Tennille High School, 1915-17 ... A. R. C, 1917-. 



JA.MES MORGAX BUCKXER, B, S.. M. S. 
Mathematics 
B. S., Clemson College, 1910 . . . -\I. S.. University of Wis- 
consin, 1916 . . . Principal, Brunson High School, 1910-12 . . . 
Principal, Rockville High School, 1912 . . . A. R. C, 1922-. 



O'NEAL \V, CHANDLER, A. B. 
Science 
.^. B., University of Georgia, 1922 . . . Instructor, Waynes- 
boro High School, 1923-24 . . . A. R. C, 1925-. 



CHARLES GUV CORDLE, A. B., A. M. 
History 

.\. B., Trinity College (Duke University), 1914 ... A. M., 
Trinity College, 1915 . . . Summer School, Cohunbia Univer- 
sity, 1917 . . . Summer School, Emory University, 1930 . . . 
-Summer School, University of Georgia, 1933 ... A. M., 
History, University of Georgia, 1935 . . . Student Assistant in 
Latin, Trinity College, 1913-15 . . . Graduate Assistant in 
German, Trinity College, 1914-15 . . . Instructor. Baird's 
School for Boys, 1915-16 . . . A. R. C, 1916-26 . . . Director, 
Summer School. J. C. A., 1931-32 . . . Head, History Dept., 
A. R. C, 1922-26 . . . J. C. A„ 1926-. 



GEORGE M. D.\SHER 

Shop 

Graduate of A. R. C. . . . Teacher of Carpentry, A, R. C, 

1924-. 




FACULTY 





MARY ELIZABETH DEVENPORT 

Librarian 

B. A.. Converse, 1935 . . . B. L. S., Emory University, 19,16 

. , , Librarian, Cnpe Charles High School, Cape Charles, 

Va„ 1936-i7. 

ELROV VV PUIS, A. B., A. il. 

English 

-A. B., University of Georgia, 1928 . . , A. ^L, L'niversity 

of North Cai"olina, 1936 . . . Instructor, Georgia Military 

College, 1929-.12 . . . Riverside Military Academy, 1933-35 

. . , A. R. C, 1935-. 



LOUISE WEATHERLY DYESS 
Art 
jMary Baldwin Seminary, 1921-23 . , . Virginia College, 
1923-25 . . . Maryland Institute of Art, 1926-27 . . . Colum- 
bia University, B. S., 1932, M. A., 1936. 

JOHN MARSHALL ELLIS, A. B., M. S., Ph. D. 
Biology 
A. B., Emory LTniversity, 1924 . . . M. S., Emory University, 
1926 . . . Ph. D., University of California, 1934 . . . Graduate 
Fellow in Biology, Emory LTniversity, 1924-26 . . . Professor 
of Bio'.ogy, Southern College, Lakeland, Fla., 1924-26 . . . 
Graduate Work, ]\Iarine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, 
]\Iass.. Summer 1929 . . . Graduate Work, University of Cali- 
fornia, Summer 1931 ... on leave to LTniversity of California, 
1932-33 ... J. C. A., 1926-. 



CHARLES JIARTIX ETHEREDGE, A. B. 
English, Mathematics 
A. B.. Xewberry Co'.lege, 1923 . . . Principal, Waverly Con- 
solidated High School, Waverly, Ga., 1923-24 . . . Superin- 
tendent, Cape High School. Cape, S. C, 1926-27 . , . 
A. R. C, 1927-. 



JOHN E\"ANS H'EANKS, A. B., A. M. 
Latin 
A. B.. Wof=ford College. 1916 ... A. M., Woffo|rd College, 
1916 . . . Columbia LTniversity, 1927 . . . American Academy 
in Rome, Summer 1929 . . . Instructor, Textile Industrial 
Institute. Spartanburg. S. C, 1915 . . . Instructor, Academic 
High School, Columbus. Ga.. 1932-33 ... A. R. C, 1919- 
26 ... J. C. A.. 1926-. 



GEORGE W. EWING. B. S, 

Mathematics and Science 

B. S.. Presbyterian College. 1933 . . . Student Instructor 

at Presbyterian Collegge in Biology Dept. . . . Graduate 

Work. Tulane LTniversity, 1934 , . . Secretary of Boys' Work 

in Local Y. M. C. A.. 1934 ... A. R. C, 1934-. 

HER.MAX .McDOX.\I,D FELDER, JR. 

English 

-\. B.. Wofford College . . . -M. A.. Vanderbilt L'niversity 

... A. R. C, 1936-. 




FACULTY 




XORIIAN L. GALLOWAY. B. S.. M. A. 
Education and Economics 
Student. L'nion L'niversity, Jackson. Tenn., 1919 . . . M. A.. 
George Peabody College for Teachers, 1929 . . . Western 
Kentuckey State Teachers College, 1922 . . . Superintendent 
of Schools, Farmington, Ky., 1922-26 . . . B. S., Murray 
State Teachers College. 1927 . . . Supervisor, Rural Schools. 
.McCracken County, Ky., 1926-27 . . . Supervisor. Rural 
Schools, Graves County, Ky., 1927-28-29 . . . Instructor, 
Summer College, J. C. A.. 1929 . . . Superintendent of Schools, 

LaCenter. Ky.. 1929-30 . . . J. C. A.. 1930-. 

LL'THER ALFRED GRIFFIN. B. S. A.. M. S. 
Botany 
B. S. A., University of Georgia, 1922 . . . M. S., University 
of Michigan, 1931 . . . Science Instructor. Waycross High 
School, 1922-23 . . . Head Science Dcpt., Waycross High 
School. 1923-25 . . . Science Instructor, Marietta High School, 
1926-27 ... A. R. C, 1927-32 ... J. C. A., 1932-. 



JOHN THOMAS HAIXS, B S. in Education 
Mathematics 
Graduate, A. R. C, 1910-11 . . . B. S., University of Georgia, 
1915 . . . Graduate Student, University of Georgia, 1920-21 
. . Albany High School, Albany, Ga., 1915-17 . . . Com- 
mandant of Corps of Cadets and Instructor, Athens High 
School. 1920-22 . . . Superintendent. Swainsboro High School. 
Swainsboro. Ga.. 1922-23 . . . Commandant of Corps of 
Cadets. A. R. C, 1923-26 . . . Instructor, A. R. C, 1923 
. . . J. C. A., 1926-. 

F. M. HARRISS. A. B. 

English and History 

A. B.. Emorv University. 1934 . . . Teachingg Experience at : 

Peacock School for Boys, Atlanta, Ga.. 1934 . . . Fitzgerald 

High School, Fitzt;erald, Ga.. 1934-36 ... A. R. C, 1936-. 



.1. I). HUGHEV. A. B. 

History and Citizenship 

A. B., Fuvman University . . . -\. R. C, 1936-. 

WILLIAM REDDING KENNEDY 
Commercial 
Georgia Normal College. 1904 . . . Zanerian College. Colum- 
bus. Ohio. 1908 . . . Professor, South Georgia College. 
1906-09 . . . Rome High School. 1912-03 . . . Extension 
Work at Georgia, 1931-33 ... A. R. C, 1913-. 



HUGH KEOWN, B. S. 

Shop 

B. S., Stout Institute ... A. R. C, 1937-. 



ELIZABETH LEE. B. S. 

Secretary to the Dean 

.\. B.. HoUins College . . . Garrett Commercial School. 

Diploma. 






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n. M. r.iNcri. 

Music Instructor. 



J. rUKTlS LUCKEV. 
Mathematics 
B. S.. University of Georgia, 1927 . 
W'lirk. I'liiver^ity of Ceorgia. 19.^2 . 
A. & I\r., Carroi:ini). Ga., 1927-.?,? . 



, Slimmer Graduate 
. Fourth District 
A. K. C, 193.?-. 



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A. AI. 



WILLIAM LEROV MAUKX. A. 
French 
A. B.. TuscuUim College. 192(i . . . Assistant Principal, St. 
James High School. Greenville. Tenn., 1926-27 . . . Princi- 
pal. St. James High School. 1927-28 . . . Graduate Student. 
Duke University. 19.?0 . . . A. R. C. and J. C A.. 1930-. 



MISS ELXORA MERTIXS 
Secretary to President 



CHARLES HAROLD MLrCHELL. A. B., I\I. A. 
English 
A. B.. University of Pittsburgh. 1928 . . . ^L A.. L'niversity 
of Pittsburgh, 1931 . . . Holder of Honor Scholarship. Uni- 
versity of Pittsburgh, 1914-lS . . . Student. Washington and 
Lee L'niversity, 1915-16 . . . Graduate Student, Harvard 
University, one semester, 1922-23 . . . Graduate Student. 
University of Pittsburgh, 1926-29 . . . Graduate Student. 
Summer .School, Duke L^niversity, 1953 . . . Instructor. 
A. R. C. .Summer School, 1930-31 ... A. R. C., 1920- . . . 
J. C. A., 1928-. 



JOHX BURGHELL MOORE, A. B. 

English 

A. B.. I'niversity of South Carolina, 1920 . . . Eight years 

of Teaciiing Experience in Georgia. Florida, South Carolina, 

and Xorth Carohna ... A. R. C, 1929-. 



M. S. 



JOSEPH R. MOSELEV. B. 
Mathematics 
B. S.. Emory University, 1925 . . . M. S., Emory Univer- 
sity, 1927 . . . Taught in Public Schools of Jacksonville, 
Fla., 1926-30 . . . Graduate Work. L^niversity of North 
Carohna. 1930-31 . . . Taught at Tovares High School, 1931- 
i^ . . . A. R. C, 193S-. 



I)A\'in FRAXKLIX McDO\\ELL. A. B., M. A. 

Spanish 

A. B.. University of Florida. 1924 . . . M. A., University of 

Florida, 1928 . . . Two years of graduate work at the 

University of Xorth Carolina . . . Traveled in France and 

Spain in summer of 1932. 




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SERGEANT WILLI.WI C. McGEE 
Assistant P. M. S. ft T. 
Enlisted April 16. 19jr. twenty years" service Company "R" 
-•IS Inf., from Sept. .>. 1917 to Feb. 4. I9I9 . . . Company 
"H" 29th Inf. from .Ian. 4. 1920 to Mar. 1926 . . . Trans- 
ferred to the Detached Ejiiisted Men's List March 1926 . . . 
Assisatit P. M. S. & T.. -A. R. C, 1931-32. 



MAJOR JOHX \V. 0-D.\XIEL. B. S. 
Mi l i ta r y Science and Tactics 
B. S., l'niversE:y of Delaware. 1917 ... 1st OSicers Training 
Camp. Fort Myers. Va.. 1917 . . . A. E. F.. France, March 
191S to S€i>t. 1919 - . . Battles. St. Mefaeil and Mense 
.-Vrgonne . . . Oeeoratlans. Distingnished Service Cross. Croix 
Guerre. Purple Heart . . . Gradoate, Infantry ScliooL 1927-2S 
C^ass . . . Detailed to Command and General Staff School 
193S-39 Class. 



AlBrRX G. OWEXS. A. B. 

English 

.\. B.. University of Georgia. 1925 . . . Graduate Student. 

Vniversity of Georgia. 1925-26 . . . Instructor. Waynesboro 

High Sctoo!. 1925-2S . . . A. R. C. 192S-. 



HEXRY OSGOOD READ. Ph. B.. A. M. 

Ph. B.. Emory Uiahersaty. 1916 ... A. M.. Emorv Umver- 
sity. 191S ... -A. M.. Cohunbia University, 1925 . . . Special 
Diploma. "Suijenisor of English.** Colombia University. 1925 
. . . Graduate Work. Umversity of California, 1931 . . . 
Fellow in En^^Ush. Emory University Academy, 1917-18 ... 
Principal, Dawson. Ca. High SchooL 1919-21 . . . Superin- 
tendent. Dawson Public S<^oq1s. 1921-22 . . . Head of Eng- 
IsQi Dept.. A. R. C. 1922-26 . . . Haed oi English Dept., 
J. C. A., 1926-. 



GEOKCE H. RIDGWAV. .V B. 

Cbesnistiy 

-A. B.. University of Georgia. 1922 . . . Summer School. 

Universi'-y of Georgia, 1923 and 1935 . . . Pensacola. Fla. 

High ScbooL 1923-24 . . . Gainesville Stmby SchooL 1921-26 

. . . 1921-26 . . . A. R. C, 1927-. 



.lOE M-AYS ROBERTSOX. B. S. 

Mathematics 

B. S.. Clemson College . . . Principal and Instructor. Public 

Schools of Pickens County. S. C. 1921-25 . . . Superintendent 

of Schools. Salnda, S. C. 1925 2S; -A. R. C. 1928-. 



ROV F ROLLIXS. B. .A., M. A. 

Histoty 

B. -A.. Ekm College . . . M. A. Doke Utiiversity . . . Taught. 

KannapoKs High School, 1932-34 . . . SaHsbnrr High 

SchooL 1934-34 . . . A. R. C. 1937-. 



CHARLES -ASBERRY ROYSTOX. B. S. 

History 

B. S.. Universitj- of Georgia. Iv22 . . . Florida High School, 

1923-24 . . . Marietta High SchooL 1924-26 . . . Cordde 

High SchooL 1926-27 . . . Gainesrille High SchooL 1927-29 

... -A- R. C 1929-. 






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CKOKCE Mil, TON" SI'O'l T. A. li., H. l.it., A. M. 
English 
A. B., University of Chattanooga, 1922 . . . B. Lit. in 
Journalism. Columbia University, 1926 ... A. M., Duke 
University, 1935 . . . Summer School, Columbia University, 
1923 and 1926 ... A. R. C, 1922-26 ... J. C. A., 1933-, 

CHESTER ARTHUR SCRUGGS, A, B. 
Chemistry 
.\. B., Mercer University, 1911 . . . Graduate .Student, l.'ni- 
versity of Chicago, Summer 1925-26 . . . Principal, Marsball- 
ville High School, 1911-13 . . . Principal, Round Oak High 
School. 19IJ-16 . . . Principal. Ashburn High School. 1916-17 
. . . Director, .\. R. C. Summer School. 1918-24 . . . 
A. R. C. 1917- . . . J. C. A.. 1926-. 



FRKD P. SIMS, A. B.. .M. A. 

Mathematics 

.\. B., WofiFord College, 1925 . . . Summer School, University 

of Georgia, 1927-30 . . . M. A,, University of Georgia, 1930 

. . . Studied at the University of Wisconsin, Summer of 

1934 . . . Principal. John's Island High School, Charleston 
County, S. C. 1925-27 . . . Mathematics Instructor, Bain- 
bridge High School, 1927-37 . . . ^lathematics Instructor, 

A. R. C, 1937-. 

ALBERT FRAXKLI.X SIJIPSOX. A. B.. M. A. 

HiSitory - Government 

■A. B., Davidson College. 1925 . . . Graduate Student, L^ni- 

versity of Georgia, 1926 . . . M. A.. Vanderbilt University, 

1935 . . . Direct. ir of -Athletics, Washington, Ga. High School, 
1926-27 . . . .\. R. C, 1927 . . . Director of Athletics, 

A. R. C. .ind J. C. A.. 1931-36 . . . J. C. A., 1936-, 



BEXJAMIX ROY SMITH, A. B. 
History 

A. B., WolTord College, 1919 . . . Instructor. Carlisle 

Preparatory School, 1922-24 ... A. R. C. 1924-. 

XORMAX C. S.MITH, B. S. in I. E, 
Drawing and Mathematics 

B. S. in I. E.. Georgia Tech . . . A. R. C, 1936 , , , 
Teaching Evening School, Columbus, Ga., 1935-36 . . . In- 
structor in Drawing, Georgia Tech Summer School, 1937. 



WILLIAM WEXDELL SULLIVAX, A. B. 

History 

.\. B. Ed.. University of Georgia, 1934 . . . Decatur Boys 

High School, 1934-37. 

CHESTER McKEXLEV SUTTOX. A. B.. A. M. 
English 
A. B., Guilford College, 1918 . . . A. B.. Haverfurd College, 
1919 ... A. M.. University of .\orth Carohna. 1924 . . . 
Graduate Stuly, University of Xorth Carolina, 1925-26 . . . 
Duke University Summer School. 1931 and 1933 . . . Princi- 
pal, Manteo Hi.gh School, 1919-20 . . . Principal. Bona Vista 
High School, 19211-22 . . . Principal, Leggelt High School, 
1922-23 . . . Principal, Mount Pleasant High School, 1924-25 
. . . Duke University Smnmer School. 1931, 1933, 1934 . . . 
Instructor in English, University of Xorth Carolina, 1925-26 
. . . Head of English Dept., Piedmont Collesre Summer School, 
1926 .... J. C. A.. 1926-. 






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JOSEPH LECOSTE TALLEY. B. S.. M. S^ 

B. S_ rniversMx oi Gcorsia. 1926 . . . M. S-. Meicer l"m- 
versity. !925 . . . Cohmiliia UniTerstr SannBer ScbooL 192S 
. . . Gradnaze Assisraiit ia MalHfmatics, Mercer U intohit y, 
1923-24 . . . Instrnnor in PSijacs, Uadieiaatics. and Dian- 
me. 1924-25 . . . Head oi Mercer Vniveratr Sammcr SdaoL 
1926 . . . A. R. C. asd J. C. A.. 1926-. 




WILLIAM E- TEMPLETOX. B. A. 



B. A-, Woi^osd CoQege ... Gradoale Wosi^ Duke L'mvorsiitT 

. . . CoaaEQerjial Wof^ ITmTes^itT oe Florida and Uaiversil?' 

05 Geor^za. 




C. H. TRU-VN". A- B_ A. C. A. 



.\. B.. BowJine Grees CoOege ai C wm a u i u e . . . A. C. A. 
fAssociaxe Is Cogjuxmi -\rtsf. Bov&og Green College ol 
Coanntrex . . . Extra Woffi. Cniveraty oa TcBBessee, Bovl- 
ia^ Grees Co&ge OS Oini^nfre. aad Weston State TeaAas 
College — rnxxii oa M. A_ . . . Tea jeats expenence n Jnaaor 
CoCege. Hieii Scfeot^, a3>d Bezsokss co&ege wxwt 



SERGE-VKT MME5 R- WILKEESON. D. E. M. L. 
Seaetaxj to P. M. Su ft T. 
2s>d Uenteaaat, Fmaace Reserve ... Gsadoate. FinaBCe 
Sc&oc-L Washmsto^ D. C. 1934-33 ... 10 jears serrice. ol 
vhic=: 6 jeajs «3S vitk 29tli iBtaBtty, Fort BesinB& Ga., 
and i Tears witfa Ftaaace Dept.. Fort Hi M-imp Ga. . . . 
QaaEaed as expen ntk Riile, Pbtol, aad Anl i tm ic Riile 
aad ^ First Cbs^ Gn^Der villi 



I Love to Teach 



I do not know that I could make entirely clear 
to an outsider the pleasure I have in teaching. I 
had rather earn my living by teaching than any 
other way. In my mind teaching is a life work, a 
profession, an occupation, it is a passion. I love to 
teach. 

I love to teach as a painter loves to paint, as 
a musician loves to play, as a singer loves to sing, 
as a strong man rejosces to win a race. 

The main aim of my happy days has been 
to become a good teacher just as every architect 
wishes to be a good architect, and every profes- 
sional poet strives toward perfection. 

— William Lyon Phelps. 



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CHARLES G. CORDLE 




Before the American Revolution there was Uttle 
or no effort made by the government of the colony 
of Georgia to provide educational facilities at Augus- 
ta, though there were a few private schools at various 
times. In 1780, however, the legislature of the State 
set up a board of five commissioners to lay off lots 
and streets in vacant lands above and below Augusta 
and instructed them to reserve a lot on Board Street 
for houses of "Public simenaries (sic) and Schools." 
But Augusta was soon recaptured by the British, and 
the commissioners accomplished nothing. Accord- 
ingly, on July 31, 1783, the legislature, then in session 
at Augusta, passed an act creating another board of 
commissioners. These commissioners were instruct- 
ed to lay off public lands into one-acre lots and to 
offer them for sale at public outcry. From the funds 
thus raised they were directed to build a church and 
then to establish an academy or seminary of learning. 
In time these commissioners, or Trustees of Rich- 
mond Academy, came to exercise a variety of func- 
tions, which Joseph R. Lamar thus summarizes in 
his account of the Trustees of Richmond Academy : 

"The original Act did not designate the duties 
of the Board, which subsequently paid little attention 
to the doctrine of ultra vires, and from the date of its 
creation exercised all manner of powers, many of 
them diverse, and, from our present standpoint, in- 
consistent and incongruous. It performed many 
functions — municipal, educational, ecclesiastical, 
commercial. It laid out the town, numbered the lots, 
named the streets, built the church, rented the pews, 
elected the rector, managed the academy, chose the 
teacher, bought the books, prescribed the course of 
studies. It regulated the cemetery, chose the sexton 
and fixed his fees. It owned the ferry and granted 
fishery rights; it controlled the public wharf, ran a 
lottery and repaired the river banks. It straightened 
the road from Sand Bar Ferry to Rae's Creek and 
narrowed Broad and Greene Streets. It furnished a 

WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD 
Rector oi The Academy, 1798. 



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State house for the legislature, and a court-house for 
the State and Federal judiciary. It provided the 
Masons with a lodge room, and the Governor with a 
residence. It paid filial duty to the University, and 
entertained for many months President Meigs, while 
he was waiting for the building in Athens to be com- 
pleted . . . . " 

So well did the Trustees perform their duties 
that the Academy of Richmond County is one of the 
few academies surviving to-day out of the 583 char- 
tered by the State. 

Having in the beginning nothing but land, the 
Trustees raised funds by the sale of lots and made 
plans to erect the church and the academy on adjoin- 
ing lots where Fort Comwallis had stood. There 
they did erect the church but for various reasons 
were unable to build the school. Finally, becoming 
impatient, they purchased two buildings on Bay Street 
between the present Third and Fourth streets and 




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prepared at length to open the Academy on April 12, 1785. 
the account in the Minutes of the Trustees reads: 



As 




"The Board having consulted upon the employment of a Mas- 
ter for the Academy, and Mr. William Rogers, late of the State 
of Maryland, having been well recommended, as being of good 
fame, and sufficiently learned in the sciences, the Board contract- 
ed with & appointed the said William Rogers, to be master there- 
of, in manner, and upon the terms following. 

"That they assure and engage to pay said Wm. Rogers the 
sum of two hundred pounds, sterling, for one year, to commence 
from the second tuesday (sic) in April next, by quarterly instal- 
ments, in lieu of all other perquisites and considerations except 
the use of the buildings & Garden. 

"For which the said Master shall give his whole time, shall 
teach the latin, greek and English languages, and the common 
practical branches of the Mathematics, according to the rules as 
established and practiced in the Seminaries of learning in the 
United States. 

"Resolved, that, to indemnify the Board and the fund of the 
County, the following sums be demanded for education. 

"1st. Children in the first stage, learning letters, ortho- 
graphy and reading, four dollars per quarter. 

"2. Children in the second stage, learning the Principles of 
english (sic) grammar and Cyphering, five dollars per quarter. 

"3. Persons in the third stage, learning the latin and greek 
(sic) language, or any branch of the m.ethamatics (sic), ten dollars 
per quarter. 

"Resolved that the said Master be empowered to employ a 
teacher of the scholars in the first degree, for a sum not exceed- 
ing fifty pounds, for one year, subject to the control of the Board." 

In accordance with the resolution just mentioned, John Grif- 
fin was elected teacher. Before many months he found it impos- 
sible to live on his salary of fifty pounds a year, and the Trustees 
raised it to seventy-five. The Trustees soon after employing the 
teachers had placed with a local merchant an order for text books 
in languages, mathematics, history, and geometry, and a few 
scientific and mathematical instruments. 

As Augusta was but a small town near the frontier, the school 
grew but slowly. In 1789 it had only forty-nine pupils in the 
three classes. On May 20, 1791, President Washington, then on 
his southern tour, visited the Academy and was received with the 
usual fulsome orations and declamations. Among the speakers 



SECOND ACADEMY BUILDING 
Begun in 1891, Used Until 1926. 



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was Augustin Smith Clayton, then seven years and 
four months old. The president was so well pleased 
with his reception that on his return to Philadelphia 
he sent to the young orators a group of books as a 
memorial of his esteem. To young Clayton was sent 
a copy of Sallust's Catiline and Jugurthine Wars. 
But despite the blessing of presidential approval, the 
Academy did not prosper; the buildings were decay- 
ing; funds were running short; and at the end of 
the year 1798 the school was closed. 

Though forced by circumstances to close the 
school, the Trustees kept in mind the idea of reopen- 
ing the Academy in a more commodious building in 
a more convenient location. Accordingly, they began 
work on a brick building on the southern side of 
Telfair Street between Centre and Washington 
streets. By November 1, 1802, the work was so far 
advanced that the school could be reopened. In the 
new building the pupils were to study in the first 
class, English grammar, oratory, composition, geom- 
etry, algebra, trigonometry, surveying, logic, natural 
and moral philosophy, astronomy, Latin, and Greek; 
in the second class, reading, writing, arithmetic, Eng- 
lish grammar, oratory, and geography; and in the 
third class, reading, writing, arithmetic, English 
grammar, and oratory. The new Academy so pros- 
pered that by 1815 there were employed two teachers 
in the classical department, two others in the English 
department, and three in the female department, 
which was assigned to a distinct part of the building, 
and which was dismissed at a different time from the 
boys' department. 

Feeling the need of a school during the summer, 
when most of the patrons were on the Sand Hills to 
avoid the heat of the town, the Board of Trustees, 



Old Medical College Building, 
Used by Academy Technical 
Departments. 1914 - 1926. 




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after receiving authorization from the State legisla- 
ture, opened July 1, 1815, a branch academy on the 
Sand Hills. At first this school was kept open only 
during the summer months, the rector of the Acad- 
emy changing his residence to the Sand Hills. Event- 
ually the school, which became known as the Sand 
Hills Academy or the Summerville Academy, was 
kept open practically the whole year. After the War 
for Southern Independence it was turned over to a 
separate body of Trustees. It continued in operation 
until a few years ago. Its site is now the location of 
the William Robinson School. 

After 1815 the Academy of Richmond County 
continued its- rapid growth until in the middle 'thir- 
ties it reported a total enrolment of 437, a number not 
again attained until nearly a century later. At that 
time the course in the classical department, which 
prepared for the sophomore and even the junior class 
at the University of Georgia, consisted of Latin and 
Greek, together with arithmetic, algebra, geometry, 
trigonometry, oratory, and composition. 'There was 
a boarding department in the Academy building in 
charge of a teacher. Boarding pupils were kept 
under strictest supervision, not even being permitted 
to leave the campus without special permission. 

In 1850 the Academy Trustees began seriously 
to consider raising the Academy to the rank of a col- 
lege, to be known as Tubman College. They secured 
authorization from the legislature; but they were 
disappointed in the expectation of an annuity of ten 
thousand dollars from the city of Augusta and re- 
luctantly abandoned the project. 

After 1850 the Academy rappidly declined in 
numbers. For two years, it seems, the school was 
closed for repairs. During that time the Reverend 
John Neely conducted in the building the Augusta 
High School for Boys. When the Academy reopened 
in 1856, there were only two teachers; one of these 
dropped out in 1860 for lack of students; finally in 



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1863 the Academy building was taken over by the Confederate gov- 
ernment as a hospital, and the school w^as closed for several years. 

In the early Academy the school year ran from April 12 to 
April 12. Between 1808 and 1888 the school and calendar years 
coincided. Still later the scholastic year began October 1 and 
ended the following August. At first there was a vacation period 
of two weeks at the end of each quarter; after 1807 the month of 
September took the place of the quarterly vacation. In 1818 the 
vacation was lengthened by the addition of the last two weeks in 
August. The hours, too, would appear long to the student of 
to-day. Between October 1 and April 1 the school opened at 
eight-thirty and closed at five; between April 1 and October 1 the 
hours were from seven-thirty to six. Both summer and winter a 
dinner recess was given, lasting from twelve to two-thirty. Not 
until about 1880 was the single session introduced, which closed 
at two o'clock. 

At first there were few formal rules. But by 1819 necessity had 
caused the formulation of a formidable set of rules of conduct, 
which cover five typed pages. 
This code not only regulated the 
activities of pupils during school 
hours but also attempted to pre- 
scribe their behavior off the cam- 
pus and even on Sundays. Pupils, 
according to these regulations, 
were required to assemble on the 
campus not more than fifteen 
minutes before the opening of 
school. While waiting, they were 
forbidden to play unless special 
permission were given. When the 
doors were opened, the students 
were to march into the building 
by classes with the most advanced 
grades in front. When a teacher 
entered a classroom, pupils were 
to rise and face towards the cen- 
ter. Whenever a teacher passed 
a group of pupils at play, the 
latter were to suspend their activ- 
ities until the teacher was gone. 
If a student damaged shrubbery 
or building, he was to pay for the 
damage; if the culprit could not 




Old City Hospital, Used by 
the Academy as a Dormitory. 
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be discovered, the cost of repairs was apportioned among all the 
students. Corporal punishment was forbidden except for obsti- 
nate and continued violation of rules. Instances of inferior 
delinquency were to be entered in a special book and reported at 
stated intervals to the Trustees. A pupil who neglected his op- 
portunities was to be reported to the Trustees and also to be 
given another quarter to show improvement; if he still would not 
learn, he was to be barred from the Academy and not be readmit- 
ted until his parent or guardian presented satisfactory evidence 
of his reformation. Outside of school hours all pupils were re- 
quired to maintain a respectable deportment toward all persons. 
They were forbidden to divulge outside school what took place 
within the school. They were to attend religious services on 
Sunday and might be required to present a certificate of such at- 
tendance. Persons habitually immoral were barred from the 
Academy. Immoralities such as profane swearing, lying, theft, 
drunkenness. Sabbath breaking, fighting, cock fighting, obscene 
language, and frequenting vicious company were liable to the cen- 
sure and reproof of teachers ; and incorrigibility in this regard was 

punishable by explusion. 

From two to four times a 
year public examinations were 
held, which might last two or 
three days. For them public notice 
was given in the newspapers, and 
tickets might be issued to the 
students taking part. Specially 
invited guests such as President 
Washington on his visit to Au- 
gusta, the governor and his coun- 
cil (when Augusta was the capital 
of the State), the mayor and the 
city council, and other distin- 
guished citizens attended. During 
the examination questions might 
be asked by the teacher, by a 
committee of the Trustees, or 
even by citizens in the audience. 
Under such circumstances, as was 
natural, some students would play 
hookey. To put an end to this 
practice, the Trustees voted to bar 
from the Academy all students 
absent from examination without 




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Old Medical Colleg3 Building. 
Used by Academy Techinal 
Departments, 19141926. 



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adequate excuse. The examination would be followed by an 
"exhibition" consisting of orations, declamations, and even dramas. 
Prizes were awarded for the best performances; and if all the 
students did well, they might be rewarded by a holiday of one day 
or even a week. 

Tuition was regularly charged, even for many years after the 
Richmond County Board of Education began to operate the Aca- 
demy. Usually, too, a fee of fifty cents or a dollar was charged 
during the two winter quarters for supplying fuel. 

From August, 1863, until the fall of 1867 the Academy build- 
ing was beyond the control of the Trustees. At first the campus 
was used as the site of a Confederate military hospital. Temporary 
wards were built on the grounds, and the academic building itself 
was used as headquarters. When Federal troops occupied Augus- 
ta, they took over the hospital facilities and soon began to use the 
Academy building as military headquarters. This use continued 
until the fall of 1867, when at last the building was returned to the 
Trustees. 

Now serious attempts were made to reopen the school. Col. 
George W. Rains, an eminent engineer and chemist, who had erect- 
ed and managed the Confederate powder mill in Augusta, was 
chosen as regent. With him were associated a number of ex-Con- 




Richmond Academy Cadets 
on Dress Parade About 1917. 



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federate officers, and the Academy was reopened January 1, 1868. 
In 1870 there was a reorganization; the post of regent was abolish- 
ed, all the professors were made equal in rank, and Col. Rains was 
made chairman of the faculty. There were then two departments, 
the scientific, and the classical and English. The pupils in the 
scientific department had the advantage of the use of Col. Rains' 
collection of scientific apparatus plus that of the Medical College 
of Georgia, where Col. Rains was professor of chemistry. Under 
these conditions the school grew rapidly; in the year 1873-1874 it 
enrolled a total of 223 students. In the next year a commercial 
school was added. In 1875 the teachers made an arrangement 
with the Richmond County Board of Education whereby the 
Academy was to serve as the county high school, the pupils were 
to be admitted free of charge to their parents, and the teachers 
were to be paid from county funds for the high school pupils. But 
this arrangement lasted only a short time. In 1882 a military de- 
partment was organized under Captain J. O. Clarke as instructor. 
The upper west hall of the Academy was fitted up as an armory. 
After a few years, however, the military department was abolished. 

In 1808 George P. Butler, a graduate of the Richmond Aca- 
demy, returned to the institution as teacher and commandant of 
the revived military department. For many years before and after 



Richmond Rifles on 
Dress Parade 1938. 




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his coming the student-body fluctuated in numbers 
between one and two hundred. In 1509 the Academy 
Trustees entered into a contract with the Richmond 
County Board of Education whereby the latter was to 
pay the salaries of the teachers, while the Trustees 
used the income of their funds for upkeep and equip- 
ment. Now the Academy began to grow rapidly, 
especially when tuition was removed a few years later. 
A fifth year, of college grade, was added, so that stu- 
dents after completing it could enter the sophomore 
class at the University of Georgia and the Georgia 
School or Technology. When the old City Hospital 
was abandoned for more commodious quarters tow- 
ard the western part of the city, the hospital building 
reverted to the Academy Trustees. The building was 
converted into a dormitory, which housed about thir- 
ty boarding pupils in charge of a teacher. As the 
Academy continued to grow, rooms in the dormitory 
had to be converted into classrooms, until at length 
the structure ceased to be used as dormitory. The 
old Medical College building, which also reverted to 
the Trustees, was transformed into a technical build- 
ing, where shopwork, drawing, and commercial sub- 
jects were taught. 

As the Academy reached the limit of its quarters, 
proposals were made to erect a $200,000 structure on 
the Campus on Telfair Street. For lack of money this 
plan was never carried out. At length a county bond 
issue was voted, from which $300,000 was to be used 
for erecting a new Academy. The Trustees agreed 
to add to this sum $100,000 which they had invested. 
Various sites were proposed, including the location of 
Paine College and the site of the present aviation 
field. Through the efforts of Major Butler a site was 
selected to the west of Baker Avenue, in what was 
then a swamp. The city donated the land. The coun- 
ty road force drained and filled in the swamp. An 
enormous building, sufficient, it was supposed, for all 
requirements for at least twenty years, was erected. 
Shrubbery was planted around the building and on 
the Vcimpus, which was secured through the volun- 
tary efforts of students soliciting contributions among 
the people of Augusta. In 1925 the Richmond County 
Board of Education, with the authorization of the 



Present Richmond Academy 
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State legislature, founded The Junior College of Au- 
gusta by the addition of another year of college work 
to that already given in the Academy. To the new 
Academy building both the Academy of Richmond 
County and The Junior College of Augusta removed 
in the fall of 1926. The enrollment of both institu- 
tions increased so rapidly that the two study-halls 
had to be cut up into classrooms, and the auditorium 
had to be used as a study -hall In the scholastic year 
1936-1937 there were in the Academy 1049 students, 
and in the Junior College 256, 1305 students in all in 
a building planned for a thousand. At length in the 
fall of 1937 the Board of Education, with the assist- 
ance of P.W.A. funds from the federal government, 
let the contract for the erection of a twelve-room ad- 
dition on the western side of the present Academy 
building, which, it is hoped, will be ready for occupan- 
cy in the fall of 1938. If the present growth of the 
Academy continues, in a few years even these ex- 
panded quarters will be outgrown. 




PRINCIPALS OF THE ACADEMY OF 
RICHMOND COUNTY. 

1785- 1938 



William Rogers, master 

Samuel Chandler, senior tutor _ 

Augustus Baldwin, senior tutor, rector 

William Rogers, rector 

Rev. Joseph Wilson, rector 

Charles Tait, rector ^ 

William H. Crawford, rector ^__ 

Clement Early, senior tutor 

Rev. Washington McKnight, rector 

Rev. John R. Thompson, rector 

Aaron J. Boags, rector 

Rev. Wil'iam T. Brantly, rector 

James St. John, rector _ 

Rev. John R. Thompson, president 

Rev. John Finlay, rector 

Alvah Wilson, rector 

Rev. William T. Brantly, rector 

Mr. Rennie, rector „ 

James P. Waddel, rector 

Thomas S. Twiss, rector 

Rev. Henry Reid, rector 

W. Ernenputsch, rector 

Rev. John Neely, rector 

Col. George W. Rains, regent 



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1804- 

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1809- 

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.1818 

1819 

.1820 

.1825 

-.1825 

-1833 

-1834 

. 1836 

-1951 



1867 

Col. George W. Rains, chairman of the faculty 1870 

Col. C. H. Withrow, principal 1886 

Major George P. Butler, principal 1910 



Major George P. Butler, president 
James Lister Skinner, president — 
Eric W. Hardy, president 



1925> 
1930- 
1938- 



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1797 

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1935 
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CLASS OFFICERS 

President William Kennedy 

Vice-President Gordon Kelley 

Student Council .... Deno Thevaos 
Student Council .... Jane Paquette 

Secretary Hazel Jackson 

Treasurer Annabel Coriey 



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JCA SOPHOMORES 



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LIE FLORENCE ANDERSON 



SARA SEDV/ICK BAILEY 



Liierory Socier.- !, 2: Glee Q-Jb 2; Spm- Glee C3ub 2; Literary Society 1, 2; Hon- 

Ish Chib 2. or !; Hi-Y-W 2; Oiemistry C3ub 1. 



t r * :; V 1 ■» 



LEOUNE LOUISE BLACK 



Hi-Y-W 1, 2; High Honcr 1; Glee Club 1, Literary Society 1, 2- President 1. 2; 

2; Lilerory Society 1, 2: ™-e-: = :ry _.ui: 1; Hi-Y-W 1. 2; phi 7r.=-- K — ra 2. 
Phi Theta Kopua 2. 



SARA LEE &C13LA 

., .J High Honor 1; Dtercuy Sc— .er/ Ir G'.ee 
Cluh 1. 2; Chemistry Club 1; Fhi Tneta 
KoDoa 2. 



CHARLES rVERSON BRYANS 



z: '^.ee . . -n 



ii.c"r3 c: 



".:-cr:-AnrLS- 



?.;.-_-..-:.'. 13UISE COOPER 

Musieteer Staif 1. 2; "Rainbow" Staff 1, 
2; Hi-Y-W 1. 2: Literary Socisty 1; Glee 
Chib 1; Scitxjl Reporter 2; Ciieniii— - ~ur :. 



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ANN WOCH3S OOTTEH ' 

H; Y-V.- J. 2; Glee Chib 1. 2; Literary 
Society 1, 2: Honor 1. 



HUBERT HARRIS CRAWFORD 
Literary Society 1, 2. 



ALLEN SHERROD CUTIS 

Basketball 1, 2; Musketeer Staff 1, 2; 
Honor 1; Literary Society 1; Cheer Leader 
2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



lOUETT DAVENPORT, JR. 

Glee Club 2; Musketeer Staff 2; Highest 
Honor 1 . 



ELIZABETH CAROLINE DUNBAR 



ELEANOR TUTT DUNBAR 

Hi-Y-W 2; Literary Society 2; Glee Club 
1 ; Honor 1 . 



JULIA ELIZABETH FARR 

Glee Club 1, 2; Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Basketball 
1, 2: Varsity Club 1, 2. 



ALBERT VON CAMP GARY 

Pre Law Club 1, 2; Treasurer 2-: Presi- 
dent 2; Hi-Y 2; Sabre Club 2; 1st Lieuten- 
ant R.O.T.C; Debating Team. 



STANLEY JOSEPH GILLMAN 

High Honor 1; Literary Society 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 



CHARLES WILLIAM GWIN 

1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Pre- 
Law Club; Hi-Y; Sheriff 2. 



JOHN RANDOLPH HALL 

Honor 1; Captain R.O.T.C. 1; Lieutenant- 
Colonel 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; Vice-President 
2; Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-President 2; Pre-Law 
Club. 




JCA SOPHOMORES 





JCA SOPHOMORES 




.^r --r- -gV Oob. 



THOMAS jCci?:-: :-:H77i?jr; 

CapiQiE R.O.T.C. I: Mojck 2; H 

Vioe-Pfessdent 1, Pj^ade?* 2- 
Oub 1. 2. VsDS-Pissice-: 1 T:^z: 
StAse CSah 1. 2. Trs<Ts-_:i: 1 >. .: 



-:-.- 1; 

'^ — . 2. 



;:-:.-_-.:33 gobbon housion. jb. 

IE* Honor 1; Pielaw dab 1. 2; Hi-Y 

;. fecsstary 2; Muske^r SSaffi 2: "Bom- 
caw" S:a3 1; Glee Cliib 2: GcSd "H" So- 
ns^s': rhi llieSa Kcqifxi 2. 



zi eiz;-:^ze:h iacxson 

£:i5:it |.C_5- Ckiss 1, Se— etiirs- 
rss 2: Hi-Y-W 1. 2. 



LCSENE JENNY 

r— Societr !. 2; Hi-Y-W 2; Hi* 
1: Pal Tbetei Kappa 2. 



JESSE MONROE JONES 

liJerary Scoety 1: 3.5^ Z.-z 1 



^_-__:r JrMZ^ T'lZl^T WnUAM BEIKCHNG KENNHJy 

SttKJeHl Ctwiicil I- Vjios-?:=i.z~T-- 7-GJL PE^mdeDt J.CJL Ogbs 1. 2; Hi* Homor 

"a^ 2: "BcEri: "- Z ; i_=ii:^r !; Golf Team 1. 2.- BaskeSKil 2; HtY 1, 2, 

:3£ 2; Sabfe Z.-z i Z^rr^ r:. 1 Seoelary 2; Pie-tCTOT C%ib 1. 2. Seae- 

st lieuteEttiEl ?. I 7 T ::r :: 1 7:^ ■—- I "Bainbow" SsoS 2: GoM "H" So- 

r» Oab 1. 2: :- V : 7:^;:--:^: 1 7 7: ^ ."oisfly CSiib 1, 2: Pfei Iheta Eiqipa 

H" Sacjeilj- -Ti?— 5 - 7-_^ 1 >7.rr_ y.zz.iz 7. 
■ I%i Ite:: jl — ;c 7. 



&"■?= CM) 1: ?: 






T . ife-Hiuijt Soccer.- 
lis TeasK Pti 



ck. 



ISAAC CLARENCE LEVY, JR. 

Literary Society 1; Pre-Law Club 1, 2, 
Secretary 2; "Rainbow" Staff 1; 2nd 
Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1, Captain 2; Sabre 
Club 1, 2; Company Football 2; Rifle Team 
2; Gold "R" Society. 






SAMUEL JOSEPH LEWIS 



3&. 



Rho Chi I, 2, Secretary 1, President 2; 
Hi-Y 2; Literary Society. 



MARY ELIZABETH MADDOX 

Hi-Y-W 1, 2, Secretary 1, President 2; 
Literary Society 1, 2; Honor 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



MARY ELIZABETH MARSH 

Literary Society 1, 2, Treasurer 2;Hi-Y-\'. 
1 , 2, Secretary 2; Orchestra (Pianist) 1 , 
Glee Club 1, 2. 



JOHN GORDON MARTIN, JR. 

Pre-Law Club 2; Chemistry Club I; Cap- 
tain R.O.T.C. 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; Honor 1; 
Basketball 2; Varsity Club 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



ALONZO LOUIS MASON 

Honor 1; Gold "R" Society; Captain of 
Band I, 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; Literary 
Society 2; "Rainbow" Staff 1. 



CAROLYN FRANCES McALLISTER 
Basketball 2; Varsity Club 2. 



MARY ANTOINETTE McAULlFFE 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-Vl^. 



ELEANOR GLISSNER MILLER 
Hi-Y-Vi^; Glee Club; Literary Society. 



ELIZABETH AGEE MORAN 

Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Literary Society 1, 2; Gle- 
Club I; Honor 1. 




JCA SOPHOMORES 




JCA SOPHOMORES 




GEORGIA ANGELA MULHERIN 

Hi-Y-W 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Chemistry 
""-ub 1; Literary Society 1, 2. 



JANE STEWART PAQUETTE 

Bosketball 1, 2; "Rainbow" Staff 1, 2; 
Vaisity Qub 1, 2; Literary Society 1; Stu- 
c'ant Council 2; Musketeer Staff 2; Hi-Y-W 2. 



ROBERT EDWARD RICE 
Rhc Chi 1; Literary Society 2, Treasurer 2. 



FLORENCE ETVELYN SHORT 

Literary Society 1, 2, Secretary 2; Glee 
Club 1; Basketball 1; "Rainbow" Staff 1, 2; 
Varsity Club 1; Chemistry Club 1; Camera 
Club 2; Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Highest Honor 1; 
Valedictorian 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



CARL HENRY STELLING 

Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1, Captain 2; Sabre 
Club 1, 2; Rifle Team 2; Chemistry Club 1. 



RUBY EVELYN OGLESBEE 
Highgest Honor 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



LORAN ELL POWELL 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1; Sabre Club 1. 



PHILIP FRANK ROBINSON 

Honor 1; Gold "R" Society; Tennis Team 
1, 2; Hi-Y; Pre-Law Qub 1, 2; Literary 
Society 1, 2; Glee Club; Varsity Club 1, 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



JOHN McLUaUS SNELLING 
Rho Chi 1, 2, Secretary 2. 



HERBERT PUND STELLING 

Golf Team 1; Tennis Team 2; Basketball 
2; High Honor 1; Captain R.O.T.C. 2; 
"Rainbow" Staff 2; Gold "R" Society; Var- 
sity Club 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 2; Hi-Y 1, 2; MuUarky Oratory Con- 
test 1; Musketeer Staff 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



ANN STULB 

Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Varsity 
Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Literary Society 1. 



MARVIN T. SULLIVAN 



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CHARLES FICKEN TAYLOR 



DENO GEORGE THEVAOS 

Literary Society 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2; Pre- 
Law Club 1, 2; Honor 1; Student Council 2. 



MARY EUGENIA TIMM 
Glee Club 2. 



MARGARET SINKLER TWIGGS 
Hi-Y-W 1; Literary Society I, 2. 



LEWIS ALEXANDER TYCE 



EARL COLDEN WALLER, JR. 



1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1, Major 2; Sabre Honor 1; Golf Team 1, 2; Winner Golf 

Club 1, 2; Rifle Team 2; Chemistry Club 1; Tournament 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Vor- 
Riio Chi 1, 2, Scribe 1, Treasurer 2. sjty Club 1, 2; Glee Club 2. 



MARGARET ANN WALTERS 
Glee Club 2; Hi-Y-W 1; Honor 1. 



ABRAM WEINSTEIN 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. I; Sabre Club 1. 




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JOSEPHINE DELIA WHEELER 
Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Spanish Club. 



HELEN WHISNANT 

Glee Club 1; High Honor 1; Hi-Y-W 1; 
?hi Theta Kappa 2. 



BETTY WHITE 

Glee Club 1, 2; Literary Society 1; 
"Rainbow" Staff 1; Camera Club 2. 



KATHRYNE LOUISE WILCOX 

Hi-iY-W 2, Vice-President 2; Literary 
Society 2; Honor 1, 



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PHILIP ARTHUR WILHEIT 

1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1, Captain 2; 
Chemistry Club I; Hi-Y 1, 2; Literary So- 
ciety 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1; 
Sabre Qub 1, 2; Musketeer Staff 1; "Rain- 
Dow" Staff 1. 



RUBEN AINSWORTH ZEAGLER 
Rho Chi I, 2, Vice-President 2. 



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Jin lUpmnrtam 

Mr. D. M. Lincul, friend of all, the capable leader 
of the Academ/ orchestra and band, and the talented 
instructor of music. In the hearts of all who knew 
him there lingers a touching memory of the gentle 
and beloved man .... our own Mr. Lincul. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

President Jack Ouzts 

Vice-President Paul Bailie 

Student Council .... Orville Verdery 
Student Council . . . Katherine Reiser 

Secretary Grady McRae 

Treasurer Billy Wheeless 



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CHARLES MOORE ASKEY 

PAUL BAXTER BAILEY, JR. 
Gold "R" Society; Captain R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 

JULIAN PIERCE BALDOWSKI 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 



THEODORE FLORENZ BALK 
Fre-Law Club; Sabre Club; 1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Rifle Team; 
Debating Team. 

BERTHA MILLER BARRETT 
Glee Club. 

ALEXANDER BRANTLEY BARfiETT 
1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Gold "R" Society; Fre-Law Club. 



FRANCES JUANITA BENNETT 
Basketball; Varsity Qub; Literary Society. 

MARGARET ELIZABETH BROOME 
Hi-Y-W 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Literary Society 1, 2. 

ALMA PONDER BROWN 
Hi-Y-W; Basketball; Varsity Club. 



CHARLES HENLEY BRUCE 
Rho Chi; Glee Club; Literary Society. 

MILDRED DEANE BRYAN 

WILLIAM COZART CALHOUN 
Tennis Team; Captain R.O.T.C; Varsity Club; Sabre Club. 



ELOISE CAFFS 
Literary Society. 

THEODORE STUART CARRIGAN 
Pre-Law Club; Hi-Y; Sabre Club; 1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Rifle Team; 
Track Team; Varsity Club. 

4I it^/V'lH^ MELBA KATHRYN CARSTARFHEN 

l*'^^Ju/f/' Basketball; Varsity Club; Literary Society. 

-p^ CAROLINE ELEANOR CASHIN 

LUCIAN V/ERNER CHANEY 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 

WILLIAM THOMAS CHAPMAN, JR. 
Rho Chi; Camera Club. 



JAMES WILLIAM COCHRANE 
Captain R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Gold "R" Society; Rifle Team. 



CAROL COLE ^^^ 
Literary Society. ^^..^ 



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VIRGINIA CLAYTON CORR 
Camera Club; Glee Club; Hi-Y-W; Literary Society. 



TED COURTNEY 

JAMES SANDERS CROUCH 
Rho Chi. 

EDWARD COURTNEY BULLOCK DANFORTH 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 



NELLE NOLAN DANIEL 
Glee Club; Hi-Y-W. 

MARY CLARK DENNY 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W; Camera Club. 

JULIAN THOMAS EUBANKS 



NEAL ALAN FINE 
Glee Club. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FORBES 
Pre-Law Club. 

KATHERINE CLAIRE GILBERT 
Glee Club. 



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EUGENE VAN NESS GOETCHIUS 
1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Gold 'R" Society; Literary Society; Alpha Lamb- 
da Sigma; Musketeer Staff; Glee Club; Debating Team; Sabre Club; 
Checker Club, President. 

HELEN CAROL GOLDBERG 

JARRELL BLAND GOODWIN, JR. 



JAMES RAYMOND GRANADE 

MILDRED CHRISTINE GREEN 
Glee Club. 

DOROTHY HUIET GREENE 



LOUIS GRIFFIN, JR. 
Captain of Band; Orchestra; Gold "R" Society; Sabre Club; Glee 

ANN CORLISS HAGGERTY 
Glee Club; Hi-Y-W; Spanish Club. 

ANN GORDON HARPER 



EDITH JANE HARRIES 
Glee Club. 

DOROTHY ELISE HAYNIE 
Glee Club; Literary Society. 

MILDRED LOUISE HEAD 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



CLAUDE MONROE HILL, JR. 
Musketeer Staff; "Rainbow" Staff; Literary Society; Alpha Lambda 
Sigma; Glee Club. 

ELOISE PARKER HILTON 

MARJORIE EVELYN HILTY 
Basketball; Varsity Club. 

EARL CRISP HOLLINGSWORTH, JR. 
Hi-Y, Chaplain; Pre-Law Club; Sabre Club; 2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; 
Track Team. 

FRANK HENRY HOOPER, JR. 
Colonel R.O.T.C; Sabre Club; Sergeant-at-Arms; Rifle Team. 

MARGARET ANTHONY HORTON 
♦ Literary Society; Glee Club. 

CAROLYN LAMAR HULL 
Hi-Y-W; Glee Club; Spanish Club. 

ALMA EUGENIA HUTTO 4'^-<»— ' 

WILLIAM ESTUS JAKES 
Captain R.O.T.C, Cadet Colonel 2; Sabre Club 1, 2, President 2; Rifle 
Team 1, 2, Captain 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, Chaplain 1, President 2; Pre-Law Club I, 2; 
Vice-President 2; Varsity Club I, 2; Debating Team 2; Track Team 1, 2. 

WILLIAM JONES JENKINS 
Cam9ra Club; Rho Chi. 

EVELYN RUTH JOHNSON 
Glee Club; Literary Society; Camera Club. 

EUGENE MURPHEY KERR 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Checker Club; Camera Club. 




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AHAVA SHIRLEY KOONTZ 
51ee Club, President; Literary Society. 

FRANJCIE HILL KREPS 
Hi-Y-W; Glee Club; Spanish Club. 

MARTHA LOUISE LAMKIN 






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DNSTANCE MARIE LANIER 
Spanish Club. 

MARIAN REGINA LAWRENCE 

PAULINE GRETCHEN MADEBACH 
Glee Club. 



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MARIAN GRAHAM MAXWELL 
Basketball; Varsity Club; Glee Club. 

JACK EZELLE McGAHEE 

GRADY MALCOLM McRAE 
Glee Club; 2nd Lieutenant; Sabre Club. 



JESSE JEROME MILLER 
"Rairbov/" Staff; Literary Society. Secretary; 

JOHN CARROLL MOORE, JR. 

MARION W.A.LL.ACE MORGAN 



ANNE EUZABETH MULHERIN 
Glee Qub. 

MARAM LOUISE MULLAN 

RUTH EVANS MURPHEY 



Fre-Low Club. 



WALTER BERRY MURRAY 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Debating Team; Camera Club; Checker Club. 






WILFRED TRAMMELL NEILL 

BE\'ERLY MERLE NEWBERRY 
Basketball; Varsity Club; Glee Club. 



THOMAS EDWIN NORVELL 

WILUAM PAUL NORVELL 

REBA THERESA O'CONNOR 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



JOHN ANDREW OUZTS 
President J. C. A. Freshman Qass; Gold "R" 
Captain R.O.T.C; Hi-Y. 



Society; Sabre Club; 



MARGUERITE TALLULAH PEARRE 

MILLEDGE MIDDLETON PETERSON 
Rho Chi. 



DES FORD PHILPOT, JR. 

ELLIOTT POMERANCE 
Basketball; Varsity Club. 

ELEANOR CODY PRINTUP 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



MARTHA JULIA PRITCHARD \jr r" J\' ' 
Literary Society; Glee Club. 

HARVEY PEARSON PURVIS 

MARY KATHERINE REISER 
Hi-Y-W; Orchestra; Basketball; Glee Club, Secretary; Varsity Club; 
Student Council; Camera Club. 

CATHERINE ELIZABETH ROESEL 
Glee Club; Hi-Y-W. 

JULIUS MAX ROESEL, JR. 
Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 

JANE SANFORD 
Glee Club; Literary Society; HiY-W. 

HAZEL MARIE SCRUGGS 
Camera Club; Glee Club; Hi-Y-W; Literary Society. 

HARRICT LOIS SEROTTA 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Basketball; Varsity Club; Spanish Club. 

LEON WARNER SIMON, JR. 
Glee Club 1, 2; Gold "R" Society; 2rd Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 1, 1st 
Lieutenant 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; Chemistry Club 1; Literary Society 1. 

HARRY JARRELL SHEPPARD 

Sabre Club; Camera Club; 1st Lieutenant R.O.T.C. 

SADYE RITA SHMERLING 

Literary Society; Glee Club. 

B. ROY SMITH, JR. 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 

JAMES BAILEY STOVALL, JR. 

EDDIE ELIZABETH STRINGER 
Basketball; Var.sity Club; Literary Society. 

MARGARET ARCHER STULB 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



ROSALYN LOUISE SYLVESTER 

BETTY GORDON THOMAS 
Glee Club; Spanish Club; Hi-Y-W. 

MARY ETKEL THOMPSON 
Literary Society; Glee Club: Hi-Y-W. 



ELIZABETH ANN TORPIN 
Hi-Y-W; Literary Society; Glee Club. 

BARBARA ANN VAN SANT 
Glee Club. 

ORVILLE BROWN VERDERY, JR. 
Captain R.O.T.C; Hi-Y; Sabre Club; Gold "R" Society. 



THOMAS COOPER WARR 

BERTHA ANN WATERSTON 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W; Glee Club; Basketball; Camera Club; Varsity 
Club; "Rainbow" Staff; Cheer Leader; Spanish Club; School Reporter. 

FRANCES MARGUERITE V/EEKS 
Literary Society. 



EMILY ELIZABETH WELLMAKER 
Literary Society. 

AVICE REBECCA WELLS 
Glee Club 1, 2; Literary Society 1; Hi-Y-W 2. 

CLAUDINE EMILY WELLS 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Basketball; Varsity Club; Hi-Y-W. 



MARY MAE WELLS 
Literary Society; Glee Club; Camera Club; Hi-Y-W. 

CHARLES WALKER WHALEY 
Golf Team; Varsity Club; Glee Club. - 

WILLIAM PINCKNEY WHEELESS 
2nd Lieutenant R.O.T.C; Sabre Club. 




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CLASS OFFICERS 

President Gu\,ton Thompson 

Vice-President ...... Jack Hains 

Student Council Dick Kelly 

Student Council Billy Powers 

Secretary James Young 

Treasurer Jimmy Nowell 



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CHARLES EUGENE ADAMS 



WARREN YARBOROUGH ALLEN 



JOSEPH FRANCIS ARTHUR 



WILLIAM EDWARD BAILEY 

Corporal 2, 3; Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Traok Team 4; Member of Prize Platoon 4; 
Sabre Club 4. 



WILLIAM BENNETTE BLACK 



HENRY CARTLEDGE ADAMS, JR. 



HENRY B. ALLEN, JR. 

Varsity Club 4; Literary Society 2; Fresh- 
-lan Literary Society; Letter in Track 3; 
Corporal 2, 3; Sergeant 4. 



LE ROY BAGGETT 



ROBERT COURTNEY BAILIE III 

Corporal 1; Literary Society I; Spanish 
Club 4. 



MAURICE JENNINGS BLACKWELL 



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MAXWELL THOMAS BLANCHARD 

A.cademy Hi-Y 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Hon- 
or I; High Honor 2; Sabre Club 4; Ser- 
geant 4. 



HOWARD MATHEW BOWERS, JR. 

Honor I; Literary Society 1, 2; Corporal 
I, 2; Sergeant 3; "B" Varsity 2; Freshman 
Basketball. 



JOHN VILLIEPIOUE BRACEY, JR. 

High Honor I; Freshman Literary So- 
ciety; Honor 2. 



ROBERT EMMETT BROADWATER, JR. 



CHARLES CROMBE BROTHERTON 

Literary Society 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; 2nd 
Lieutenant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; Secretary, 
Hi-Y 3; Sergeant 2; Sabre Club 3, 4; Stunt 
Night 4. 



WILLIAM CASON BRUKER 



SEYMOUR MAURICE BERMAN 



WILLIAM WINSLOW BYINGTON 

Academy Literary Society 2, 3; Alpha 
Lair.bda Sigma 4; Football 3. 



WALLACE ARVIN BRAGG 



WILLIAM BOLAR BROOME, JR. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Literary Society I, 2; Ser- 
geant 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; 
Company Basketball 4. 



WILLIAM TURNER BROWN, JR. 

Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; Corporal 1, 2. 
Spanish Club 4; Charter Member Beta 
Club 4. 



ALBERT REED BRUCKNER, JR. 

Honor 1; "B" Varsity Football 3; Literary 
Society I; Camera Club 4; Sergeant 3, 4: 
Corporal 1, 2, 



LAWRENCE JOHN BUCKLEY 



HARRY MANLY CARPENTER, JR 

Corporal 1; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Freshman Literary Society; Stamp 
Club 2, 3. 




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CALVIN ARTHUR CHALKER, JR. 

Honor 3; Sergeant 3. 4; 2nd Lieutenant 
Sabre Qub 5. 



ALBERT LEONARD CLOUD 



WILUAM CHANEY CORLEY 
=nor 1, 2. 3; Spanish Qub 4. 



WALTER FRANCIS CRESON 

2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Glee 
Club 4; Band 3, 4. 



mVIN lOEL DAUCH 

President, Freshman Literary Society; 
A.cademy Literary Society 2; Corporal 2; 
Sergeant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; "B" Varsity 
Football 3, 4; Win.ner A.cademy Declama- 
Tion Cup 3; Spanish Club 4; Sabre Club 4. 



CECIL A. D'ANTIGNAC 



HERBERT CLARK 



WILUAM HENRY COOPER 

Seraeant 2; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



ABNER LOU COVAR 

Plifle Team 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; Ist 
Lieutenant 5; Captain 5. 



FORREST EUGENE CROZIER 



JOHN JAMES SHARMAN DANIEL 
Hi-Y 4; Beta Club 4. 



JAMES AARON DAVANEY 

Honor 2; Staff Sergeant 3, 4; Football 3, 
4; Corporal 1, 2. 



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CHARLES HENRY DAY 



THOMAS CAPERTON DEAS 



JULIAN DAVID DEAN, IR. 



DOUGLAS FLEETWOOD DAVANT 



LE GARDE SETZE DOUGHTY, JR. 



CARL MEYER EDELBLUT, JR. 

High Honor I, 2, 3; Treasurer, Beta Club 
4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



JONES NEWTON EPPS 

"B" Varsity Football 1, 2; "A" Varsity 
Football 3, 4: Letter in Football 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Letter in Basketball 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Freshman Literary Society; 
Literary Society 2; Sergeant 3: 2nd Lieu- 
tenant 4; Sabre Club 4,- Varsity Club; Com- 
pany Football 1. 



HERBERT H. DE MEDICIS 



WILLIAM CARVER DIXON, JR. 

Sergeant 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; 1st 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 



JAMES BARTOW DUNCAIJ, JR. 
Honor 2; High Honor 1; Sergeant 2, 3, 4. 



LEONARD THOMAS ELLOTT, JR. 



DAVID FRANCIS FRANKLIN 

Literary Society 1; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 
2; Lieutenant 3; Captain 4; Sabre Club 
3, 4; Glee Club 3; Football 2, 3,4; Letter 
in Football 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Captain, 
Swim.ming Team 3; Stunt Night 4; Student 
Council 2, 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Prize 
Platoon Member 3. 





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HENRY AUGUSTUS FULGHUM 

Sabre Club 5: Guide Sergeant 4; Platoon 
Sergeant 4; 1st Sergeant 4; 2nd Lieuten- 
ant 5. 





EDWARD WILSON GAY 
"B" Varsity 3, 4; Corpora! 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN RILEY FULMER, JR. 
High Honor I; Highest Honor 2, 3; Com- 
pany Football I; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; 
1st Lieutenant 4; Member of Band 2, 3, 4; 
Sabre Club 4; Freshman Literary Society; 
Academy Literary Society 2, 3; "Rainbow" 
Staff 3, 4; Charter Member, Bet Club 4; 
Rifle Team 4; Gold "R" Society 4; 2nd 
Lieutenant 4; Vice-President, Beta Club 4. 



JOHN GILLILAND GLOVER, JR. 

Academy Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Stamp 
Club 2, 3; Honor 1; Glee Club 4; "Rain- 
bow" Staff 3; Freshman Literary Society. 





WILLIAM HUBERT GOATLEY 
Hi-Y 4; Football 4; Basketball 4; Track 4. 



SANFORD HARVEY GOLDBERG 

Freshman Literary Society; Academy 
Literary Society 2, 3; Glee Club 4. 





JACK DONALD GULLEDGE 



JAMES ERNEST GUY 





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THOMAS JERAULD GWIN, JR. 

Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Honor 1, 2; Fresh- 
man Literary Society; Vice-President Aca- 
demy Hi-Y 4; President 4; Sergeant 3, 4; 
B' Varsity Football 4; Track Manager 4. 






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OHN THOMAS HAINS, JR. 

Honor 2, 3; High Honor 1; President, 
Beta Club 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Lieuten- 
ant 4; Winner, Individual Prize Drill 3; 
Gold "R" Society 3; Sabre Club 4; Hi-Y 
3, 4; Officer of Literary Society 1, 2, 3; 
Track Team 3, 4. 




DAVID OTIS HAMBY, JR. 



WILLIAM FERGUSON HAMILTON 



DAVID PIERCE HAMILTON, JR. 



LE ROY BOWERS HARDEMAN 





MASrON' JACKSCm HARDIN DONALD WENDELL HARGROVE 





FRANK HARDEMAN HARRIS 

Honor 1, 2; High Honor 3; Freshman 
Literary Society; Academy Literary Society 
4; Glee Club 4; Corporal 4. 



JOHN DORN HARVLEY, IR. 

Fteshman Literary Society: Academy 
Literary Society 2; Corporal 1; Sergeant 
3, 4; Glee Club 4; Asst. Manager "A" 
Varsity Football Team 4; Camera Club 4; 
Track 4. 





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McDonald Cunningham haynie 

High Honor 1; Treasurer, Literary So- 
ciety 1; 3rd Place, Declamation Contest 1; 
Literary Society 2; Winner, Declamer's 
Cup 2; President, Stamp Club 2; Corporal 
2, 3; Musketeer Staff 4; Guide Sergeant 4; 
Platoon Sergeant 4; Track Team 4; De 
bating Team 4. 



JOHN SMITH HEGGIE, JR. 

Literary Society 1, 2; Corporal 1; Ser- 
geant 2; 1st Lieutenant 3; Captain 4: 
Major 4; Secretary, Glee Club 4; Sabre 
Club 3, 4; Stunt Night 4. 





GEORGE FELTON HILL, JR. 

Beta Club 4; High Honor 3; Member 
Prize Drill Platoon 3, 4. 



MILTON SAMUEL HOCHMUTH 

Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Ser- 
geant 3; 1st Lieutenant 4; "Rainbow" Staff 
4; Declamation Contest 3, 4; Debating Con- 
test 4; Debating Team 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Charter Member, Stamp Club 3; Manager, 
Track Team 4. 





WALTER EUGENE HOLSTEN, JR 

High Honor; Highest Honor 2; High 
Honor 3; Freshman Literary Society; Char- 
ter Member Beta Club 4; Corporal 1, 3. 



THOMAS RABB HOUCK 





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WILLIAM DANIEL HUMPHREY 



LLOYD WESLEY JACKSON, JR. 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Charter Member Beta 
Club 4. 



WESLEY DAVID JONES 

High Honor I, 2, 3; Charter Member, 
Beta Club 4; Sergeant 4. 



RICHARD ELZAIR KELLY 

Hi-Y 4; Football 4; Track 4; Class Offi- 
cer 4. 



ROY HENRY KITCHENS 
High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Beta Club 4. 



HERMAN FREDERICK BERNARD KOCH, JR. 



HUGH DALES HUNGERFORD 

Honor 1, 2, 3; Corporal ; Member Prize 
Squad 4; Member Prize Company 3; Rich- 
mond Rifles. 



FRANCIS FOLK JENNY 
High Honor 1; Honor 2; Corporal 1, 2, 3. 



JULIAN HARRISON JUMPER 



CHARLES ALONZO KIMBRELL 

Honor 1, 2; Company Football; Prize 
Platoon Member; "Rainbow" Staff 4; Liter- 
ary Society 3, 4; Vice-President, Literary 
Society 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 4; Track 
Team 4. 



FRANK ROLAND KNAPP, JR. 



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JOSEPH FRANKLIN KRAFKA 

High Honor 1, 2; Captain 4; Sabre Club 
; Gold "R" Society 4; Alternate Declamer 
2; Band 1, 2, 4. 



ASHBY ROY KROUSE, JR. 

"B" Varsity Basketball 3: "A" Varsity 
Basketball 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Track 3, 4; 
Sabre Club 4. 



VINCENT ARTHUR LEMON 



LENWOOD THOMAS LONG 



RAYMOND RANDOLPH LOYAL JR. 

Literary Society 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 3, 4: Class Officer 2. 3; Sergeant 3, 4. 






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EDV\?ARD ALOYSIUS MARKW ALTER 



CLAUDE HOWARD McINTOSH 

High Honor 3; Highest Honor 1, 2; 
Freshman Literary Society; Beta Club 4; 
Corporal 4. 



OWEN CLINTON LEE 

Honor 1, 2, 3; Sabre Club 4; Corporal 2; 
Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4: "Rainbow" 
Staff 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Manager, 
Football Team 3; Academy Hi-Y. 



SWINNEY BOYCE LONG 

Corporal 1, 2; 2nd Lieutenant 3; 1st 
Lieutenant 4; Captain 5; Literary Society 
2; Hi-Y 2, 3; Chaplain, Hi-Y 4; "B" Varsity 
Football 3; Tennis Team 3: Track Team 2, 
3; Letter in Track 4, 5; Cheer Leader 5; 
Coir.mander Prize Drill Platoon 4; Varsity 
Club 4, 5; Sabre Club 3, 4, 5. 



LEROY WILLIAM LONGEWAY 



ALTON ELIAS LUKE 



HUGH HILLYARD MAY 

Honor 1, 3; Prize Company and Platoon 
1, 3; Prize Squad 3, 4; Richmond Rifles 4; 
Richm.ond Hi-Y 4. 



ROBERT DEWEY McMICHAEL 















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WHUAM HENRY MENGER 



LAWRENCE EUGENE MITCHELL 

Honor 2, 3; High Honor 1; Corporal 3; 
Sergeant 4. 



JOSEPH LOUIS MULHERIN 

High Honor 1. 3; Highest Honor 2; Cor- 
poral 2; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; 
'Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Beta Qub 4; Secretary. 
Beta Club 4; Literary Society 2; Sabre 
Club 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. 



MOSES COLLINS MURPHEY. IR- 

Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; "Rainbow" Staff 
4; Freshman Literary Society; Academy 
Literary Society 4; Charter Member, Beta 
Club 4; Stunt Night 4. 



JOHN WnjJAM NIXON 



CHARLES GEORGE O HAHA, JR. 



CHARLES LEVIN MIDDLEBROOKS 

Hcnor 2, 3; Corpora! 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Sobre O.ub 4; Glee Qub 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; 
Chaplain, Hi-Y 3; President, Hi-Y 4; Prize 

Platoon Member 4. 



BEN RUSSELL MOYE 



THOMAS JOSEPH MULUGAN 



PRESLEY EUGENE MYERS 



JAMES HOUSTON NOWELL 



NELSON PAGE 



CHRIS CHARLES PAPPAS 



Hor.cr 1, 2; Corporal 1, 2; 
S:aff 3; Sergeant 3. 



"Rainbow" 



WILLIAM IRA POWERS, JR. 

Company Football 1, 2, 3; Corporal 3; 
Seigeart 3: 2nd Lieutenant 4; 1st Lieuten- 
ant 5; Captain, 5,- Sabre Club 4, 5; Hi-Y 
3, 4,5: Vice-President Hi-Y 4; President, 
Hi-Y 5: Freshman Literary Society; Stunt 
Night Winner 4: "Rainbow" Staff 5; Gold 
' R" Society 5: Manager, Football Team 2, 
3, 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 3; Head Cheer 
Leader 5; Winner Platoon Drill 4; Winner 
Company Drill 4; Student Council 5. 



VINCENT JOSEPH PUNARO 



WILLIAM AVERY READY 

Bard 1, 2, 3, A; Orchestra 4; Corporal 
2; Sergeant 3: 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



MARION KERSHAW RICHARDS 



STARLING IVEN ROBERTS 



HOLSTEIN GEORGE PARKS, JR. 

High Honor 1, 2. 3; Academy Literary 
Society 3; President. Academy Literary 
Society 4; "B" Varsity Basketball 4: Cor- 
;-ioral 2; Sergeant 3; 1st Sergeant 4; "Rain- 
how" Staff 4; Company Football 4; Stunt 
Night 4; Charter Member Beta Club 4; 
Musketeer Reporter 4. 



ROCHELLE CARL PRATT, JR. 



ROBERT HENRY RADFORD 



DE SAUSSURE CLARKSON RJIODES, JR. 



JOSEPH FLOYD RIVERS 
"B" Varsity. 



ROBERT ADGER ROBINSON 

Company Football 1; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 2; Letter in Football 3, 4; Captain, 
Varsity 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2. 




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JOHN CLEMENT ROESEL 

Honor 3; High 1, 2; Corporal 1; 2nd 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Charter Mem- 
ber, Beta Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Stamp 
Club 2, 3; Freshman Literary Society. 



JOHN THORNTON RUCKER 



JAMES FRITZ SALLEY, JR. 




Sergeant 4; Beta Club. 



WILLIAM JAMES SCARR 

Literary Society 1, 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Ser- 
geant 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; "B" Varsity 
Football 2, 3. 



ANDREW McDADE SHACKELFORD 



MARSHALL NORRIS ROSIER 



WILLIAM HAROLD RUSCH 

High Honor 1, 3; Member, Beta Club 4; 
Spanish Club; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4; President, Stamp Club 4. 



GEORGE JAMES SCARR 



VIVIAN WALTON SCOTT 



JAMES EDWARD SHELL 

Corporal 1, 3; Guide Sergeant 3, 4; 
Platoon Sergeant 4. 



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WILLIAM LESTER SHOEMAKER 



CARL JULIEN SIMON 

Valedictorian 4; Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; 
Literary Society 1, 2, 3; Secretary, Literary 
Society I; "Rainbow" Staff 4; Musketeer 
Staff 4; Charter Member, Beta Club 4; 
Corporal 1, 2; Sergeant 3, 4; 2nd Lieuten- 
ant 4; Sabre Club 4; Stunt Night 3; Stamp 



WILLIAM HENRY SMITH 

Freshman Literary Society; Corporal 2, 
3; Sergeant 4; Stunt Night 3; Member 
Prize Platoon 4. 



LLOYD ALBERT STANFORD 

Honor 1; Literary Society 1; Secretary 
of Class 2; "B" Varsity 2; Secretary of 
Class 3; Tennis Team 3, 4; Sergeant 3; 
"Rainbow" Staff 4; Varsity Club 4.. 



FORREST CLINTON STROTHER 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH SULLIVAN, JR. 



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GEORGE EDWARD TEUTON 

Honor 1; High Honor 2; Sergeant 2; 
Literary Society 1; Manager, Track Team 1. 



GEORGE CLARK TOOLE 



WADE HAMPTON SNEED, JR. 



WILLIAM THEARLE STEELE 
High Honor 1: Honor 2; Sergeant 1. 



GEORGE FRANZ SUHR 

High Honor 1: Highest Honor 2, 3; 
Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4; 
Beta Club 4: Sabre Club 4. 



WILLIAM HUGH TARTE 



JOE GUYTON THOMPSON 

President, Student Council 4; President 
of Class 3, 4; Football Letter, 3, 4; "B" 
Varsity Football 2; Company Football 2; 
Gold "R" Society; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3 
Lieutenant 3; Captain 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
President Hi-Y 3; Treasurer Hi-Y 3, 4; Ser 
geant-at-Arms Hi-Y 4. 



CLEMENT FRANCIS TROMMERHAUSER 








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ARC SENIORS 



ARC SENIORS 



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WILLIAM CLYDE TURNER, JR. 



CHARLES HUBERT U3RY. 



CECIL CURTIS VAUSE, JR. 



CHARXES MARION V/ADDFf, IH 
H&ror 1: Ccrpcral 4; Member Prize Pla- 



JOHN MELVIN WALKER 



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FRANK CAJ?ROLL WARR 
Sergeant 2, 3, 4. 



MALCOLM MOODY WHALEY 



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PAUL "ATLSON WHALEY. JR. 

High Honor 2; Highest Honor 1; Hi-Y 3, 
4: Studert Council 2; Lieutenant 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Member, Prize Company 1. 2; 
Member. Prize Platoon 2. 



JACK LAMAR WTDENER 
Riile Team: Sabre Club: Isi Lieutenant. 




JAMES EUGENE WIGGINS 



CHARLES WTLLLAKi WTNGARD 



WARREN HILLARD WOLFE 



THOMAS WONG 



JESSE CLIfFORD WOODWARD, JR. 



WILLIAM BEVERLY WYNNE 

Horcr 1; Captain 4, 5; Sabre Club 4, 5; 
iitoiarv Society 1; Band 1 ,2, 3, 4, 5; 
Sturt Night 4; Glee Club 3. 



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ARC SENIORS 



JUNIOR CLASS 

President Bobby Baker 

Vice President Harry Pund 

Student Council Louis Ross 

Student Council Louis Battey 

Secretary Walter Reiser 

Treasurer Bob Kuhike 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

President Edward Cole 

Vice-President . . . . • Billy Cooper 
Student Council .... Rudolph Chaney 
Student Council .... John Stringer 

Secretary Pat Calhoun 

Treasurer Donald Spicer 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

President George Bates 

Vice-President Edward Dicks 

Student Council . . . Jack Mahoney 

Student Council Arthur Fielder 

Secretary George Joe 

Treasurer Arthur White 



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McMichael, Marion 
McNair, Marvin 
Nobles, S. J. 
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Pember, Joseph 
Pollock, Edward 
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Pruvis, Olin 
Pund, Harry 
Rankin, G, D. 
Ratteree, W. 
Reiser, Walter 
Rhodes, McAllister 
Roberts, Henry 
Robertson, Heard 
Ross, Louis 
Rossbotham, Joe 
Rox, Gerald 
Rucker, Isham 
Rushion, Luke 
Sayer, Wayne 
Scott, Leonard 
Schuler, Eddie 
Seals, Marvin 
Seigler, Joe 
Seigler, William 



Sexton, Clyde 
Smith, Carroll 
Smitherman, R. 
Snelling, G. B. 
Snipes, Clarence 
Steed, Eugene 
Steinberg, Max 
Steinberg, Morris 
Stelling, Osborne 
Stone, L. A. 
Stone, William 
Stoudemire,Hinton 
Sturgis, J. H. 
Sumner, Bernard 
Thurmond, C- B. 
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Tom, George 
Usry, Ira 
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Wallace, William 
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Waller, Jack 
Ware, Robert 
Weathers, Herbert 
Webb, Clifford 
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Welch, Lester 
Whitley, Donald 
Wilcox, Joe 
Wilkerson, John 
Willingham, Julian 
Woo, Edward 
Woodward, Marvin 
Young, Billy 
Youngblood. Harold 
Young, John 
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Dennis. Marvin 


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Card, Lance 


Douglas. Elgie 


Granade, Henry S. 


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Carry, Robert 


Dunaway. WaUer 


Grant. Ralph 


Irving, Eugene 








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Carswell, Geo. A. 


Dunham. Charlie L. Jr. 


Green. Span 


Izlar. Billy 








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Carter, Charles 


Eavenson. W. S. 


Greene. Woodall 


Jackson, Edmund 








Bartley, James 


Carter, Henry 


Edwards. R. 


Gurley. Kenneth 


James. Freddie 








Barton, Raleigh 


Casey, Tillman 


Elliott, Oliver 


Hardy. Wallace 


Jennings Dugie 








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d Cato, Wayland 


Enderby. Howard 


Harrell. Frank 


Johnson. Ed 








Beckum, Bill 


Chambers, Richard 


Engler. Harold 


Harrison. Steve 


Johnson. Fred 








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Chance. Paul 


Ergle, James 


Halford, John 


Johnson. L, F. 








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Chaney. Ralph 


Evans, Albert 


Hamilton, Walton 


Jones, Walter 








Bolden. Bunyon 


Chaney, Rudolph 


Farris, Henry 


Hammock, Paul 


Jones, Bill 








Bowyer, Monroe 


Chase. Henry 


Fletcher, Vaughn 


Harmon, Allen 


Jopling, Richard 








Brandenburg, W. 


M. Choate, John 


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Harrell, Edward 


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Cliett. Dozier 


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Kennedy, Fred 
Kennedy, Jack 
Key, Caple 
Knight, Ardell 
Kreisberg, Billy 
Krewson, Luther 
Key, Lester 
Lamar, Homer 
Lamb, V. 

Lamback, Gordon 
Lamback, Marvin 
Lang, James 
Lemmons, J. A. 
Leopard, Coley 
Leverett, Donald 
Levy, J. W. 
Lewis, Ernest 
Lewis, Guy 
Little, Neal 
Livingston, D'Autel 
Lowery, Marion 
Luke, James 
Markwalter, William 
Marshall, Otto 
Maxwell, A. 
Meyers, Walden 
Myers, Joe Elliott 
Moredock, J. W. 
Marsh, Jerry 



Medlin, Calvin 
Meurrer, Ripley 
Miller, John 
Miller. Murphey 
Mitchum, Bernard 
Montgomery, Albert 
Morehouse, Jimmie 
Morgan, Dan 
Morgan, Roy 
Mulherin, Brian 
Mulherin, Steve 
Mulligan, Jack 
Mulligan, J. F. 
Murphey, Wilbur 
Murphey, W. J. 
McGahee, Charles 
McLendon, Geo. 
McLendon, Thomas 
Neesmith, Quay 
Nevin, William 
Newman, Roy 
North, Burnet 
O'Connor, Robert 
Ogletree, Sam 
Ouzts, Frank 
Overton, Jimmy 
Owens, Frank 
Parker, Linton 
Parrish, James 
Paulos, Harry 



Pearson, Sam D. 
Perkins, Bill 
Perry, W. Wyman 
Phillips, John Taylor 
Phillips, Marcus 
Phinips,Winie 
Pierce, George 
Pierce, Philip 
Plunkett, Paul 
Pomerance, Sanford 
Ponder, Earl 
Popkins, Benj. 
Powel, Charles 
Powell, Leonard 
Prather, C. A. 
Prather, Duluth 
Price, Carlos H. 
Printup, James 
Prilchard, Harry 
Purkall, Brennen 
Rachels, Jessie 
Radford, William 
Rainwater, Lenwood 
Redd, H. E. 
Reese, John 
Ried, R- E. 
Rice, J. W. 
Rice, Leo 
Rice, Pat 
Robertson, Jean 



Robins, James 
Rogers, Roy 
Rountree, Leon 
Rupert, William Carver 
Scoggins, Franklin 
Scroggs, Phil 
Seago, Harvey 
Senn, Roscoe 
Sherman, Bob 
Sheilds, Horace 
Shipes, Franklin 
Singleton, Jas. 
Sizemore, Robert 
Smalley, Joe 
Smith, Bill 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, James 
Smoak, D. 
Sparks, Clinton 
Spicer, Donald 
Stearns, Richard 
Steinberg, Morris 
Stevens, David 
Stoudemire, Joe 
Stowell, Carleton 
Strauss, Rudy 
Stringer, Charlie 
Stringer, Forest 
Stringer, John 
Sfucyharon, William D. 



Stulb, George 
Tankersley, J. P. 
Timmerman, T. L. 
Tom, Bill 
Toole, Mike 
Toomey, Al 
Tucker, James 
Tuberfill, Reeves 
Turner, Woodrow 
Tyner, Grover 
Wade, Jule 
Warr, Robert 
Watkins, Lamar 
Weathers, Enley 
Weems, Locke 
Whaley, E, T. 
Whaley, Walker 
Wheatley, Palmer 
Wiggins, Ernest 
Wilkinson, Robert 
Wingate, M. 
Wingate, Raymond 
Witt, William 
Wolfe, Eugene 
Wolff, Bernard 
Woodward, H. 
Woodward, Theron 
Wright, George 
Wyatt, Wallace 
Yarbrough, Malcolm 





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Adams, Jack 
Adams, Sam 
Agee. Jack Lester 
Agostos Mike 
Agostos, William 
Aldridge, Jimmie 
Allen Ashley 
Allen, James 
Archer, George 
Armstrong, Winton 
Atkinson, Jack 
Avrett, Billy 
Avrett, Neal 



Brake, Garrett 
Brittingham. Thomas 
Brodie, Pera 
Brown, Dan 
Brown, Earl 
Browning, Jack 
Bryant, Jasper 
Bryngleson, James 
Buiord, Francis 
Burgess, William 
Biimside, E. 
Burnside, James 
Burroughs, John 



Craft, John 
Creech, Otis 
Cribb, Marvin 
Cross, Joe 
Crozier Harold 
Culpepper, Jimmie 
Currie, Herman 
Dantzler, Hubert 
Davis, Baston 
Davis. Julian 
Davis, Nathan 
Davis, W. H. 
Davis. W. L. 



Eraser, Jimmie 
Frierson. Emory 
Fulmer. John 
GeiT. Billy 
Gibson. A. L. 
Girardoi, Willie 
Glickert. Jimmie 
Goode, Edward 
Graves, Harry 
Green, Kenneth 
Gridley, Clarence 
Gillebeau, Charles 
Hadden, Irving 



Hudson, William 
Hughes, A. L. 
Hughes, Hinton 
Hull. N. A. 
Hurlbutt. B. 
Hutto. Thomas 
Hydrick, L. 
Inglett, H. C. 
Irvin, Willis J. 
Ivey, J. 
Ivey. M. J. 
Ivey, Tommy 
James, B. E. 




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Barber, Maurice 
Bailie. Donedd 
Bailey, George 
Barden. Donald 
Bannister, Cuthbert 
Barrett, Henry 
Barrett. Jack 
Barton, Charles 
Barton. Ralph 
Bates Boykin 
Bates, George 
Beckworth, Claude 
Belding, Rufus 
Bell. Arthur 
Bell, George 
Blackstone, James 
Blackstone. Howard 
Blanchard, C. 
Blackwell. Jennings 
Bohler. Franklin 
Bolga. Abe 
Bolga. Morris 
Bowers, James 
Bowles, John F. 
Boyle, James 
Brake, Bennie 



Bush, John 
Caldwell, Joseph 
Camp, Harry 
Campbell, Marion 
Capers, Jack 
Capps, W. H. 
Carpenter, Frank 
Carter, Ben 
Carter, Jack 
Carter, Lloyd 
Casey, Richard 
Chalker, Sterling 
Chalmers, Joe 
Chance, Jimmie 
Chancey. Sam 
Chavos, Richard 
Chavous, Andrew 
Chavous, Charlie 
Cheek. W. W. 
Cheshire. Ripley 
Clark. Walter 
Coclin. James 
Cole. Arthur 
Cole. P. 

Coleman. Ferst 
Corley, Charles 
Coulson, Thomas 



Dees, Harold 
Dees. Hugh 
Delmas. Ruben 
Dennis. Earl 
Derovanesian, Todd 
Dicks. Edward 
Doolittle. Albert 
Dorn. Blanchard 
Dorn. James 
DuBose, Marvin 
Duddley, Earnest 
Duke. C. 
Duvall. Carlton 
Dye. Aubrey 
Earnest, Harold 
Eckert, Wayne 
Edmonds, Howard 
Edwards, Cyrus 
Eubanks, James 
Evans. Charles 
Farr. M. P. 
Farr, Thomas 
Faulkner, Clifford 
Fielder, Arthur 
Florie, Julian 
Forrester. Joe 



Hagler, Gould 
Harrison, William 
Hanley, Billy 
Harben. William 

Hargrove. Juhan 
Hargrove, Raymond 
Harrell, Joe 
Harris, Charles 
Harris, Dan 
Harrison, Woodward 
Hayes. Charles 
Haynes, L. J. 
Haywood. John 
Heath, Henry 
Henry, Fred 
Hill, John 
Hilty, Charles 
Hixon. Clay 
Hobbs. George 
Hodges. L. 
HoUey. Albert 
Hoover. James 
Home Earl 
Home, M. H. 
Howard, Dorsey 
Howard, S. P. 



Jorrett, R, E. 
Jennings, James 
Joe. George 
Johnson, D. 
Johnson, G 
Johnson, H. 
Johnson. J. D. 
Johnson, W. C. 
Joiner, Dan 
Jones, Edwin 
Jones, Henry 
Jones, Q. R. 
Jordan, Charles 
Keener, Theo. 
Kelly, Charles 
King. Basil 
King, Robert 
Koger, S. M. 
Koger. W. 
Knotts, J. P. 
Laird, J, P. 
Landing, E, S. 
Lange, Douglas 
Larisey, H. L. 
Laughlin, Bill 
Laughlin, L. J. 



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Leopard, A. 
LeSuer, Joe 
Ligon, F. H. 
Lincul, Bennie 
Lucas, B. P, 
Luke, E. C. 
Lybrands, Jack 
Lynn, Billy 
Mahoney, J. G. 
Marriott, Thomas 
Martin, F. C. 
Masters, Bill 



Morgan, D. 
Moring, Charles 
Morris, J. 
Mosely, A. J. 
Mulherin, P. 
Murphey, Carl 
Murphey, Clarence 
Murray, John 
Murray, Joe 
Mutimer, Howard 
Mize, C. C. 
Nelson, Buddy 
Newton, Elwood 



Purvis, E. 
Rupert, D. M. 
Rucker, Bob 
Ross, James 
Rosier, C. 
Roper, A. S. 
Robinson, H. 
Roberts, M. 
Rhoden, Buddy 
Rhoden, J. F. 
Reynolds, T. 
Reese, H. 
Redmon, William 



Starnes, R. 
Strauss, Leon 
Stelling, K. D. 
Stewart, H. 
Storey, F. 
Swann, W. 
Swearingen 
Tabb, John 
Taylor, A. 
Thevaos, Theo 
Thomas, F. B. 
Thomas, G. 
Thomas, T. L. 



C. B. 



Wilkerson, F. G. 
Wilkins, L. 
Williams, Bobby 
Williams, Murray 
Wilson, James 
Wolcott, H. E. 
Wong, B. L. 
Wood, LeRoy 
Wylds, Charles 
Wylds, Grady 
Yates, James K. 
Youn, John 
Young, Clarence 




McCarty, Charles 
McGahee, H. 
McGahee, M. L. 
McGraw, O. A, 
McGraw, R. W. 
McKeown, J. 
Mackey, Billy 
McKie, R. 

McKinney, Aubrey 
McLendon, C. 
McNair, J. 
Meggins, C. 
Menger, M. 
Merritt, W. A. 
Merry, Pierce 
Mertins, Otto 
Meigel, I. 
Miles, R, J. 
Miller, H. J. 
Miller, M. D. 
Mills, C. A. 
Mills, F. 
Mims, George 
Mitchell, C. C. 
Mobley, L. 
Mobley, W. 



Oakley, Dan 
Odom, Charles 
Odum, R. 
Oglesby, T. W. 
Ogletree, L. E. 
Ogletree, Lindsey 
Overstreet, George 
Owens, C. 
Page, A. A. 
Palmer, Allen 
Palmer, L. 
Park, H, H. 
Parker, W. W. 
Parkman, Julian 
Patterson, J. P. 
Peters, R. C. 
Phillips, John 
Phinizy, C. H. 
Poole, J. G. 
Pope, Fritz 
Postell, M. 
Powell, C. Edward 
Powell, Edward, Jr. 
Powell, John 
Prontaut, L. 
Price, T. J. 



Rachels, James 
Rachels, J. C. 
Rabon, H, W, 
Sanders, Gus 
Satcher, J. S. 
Schlein, George 
Scott, A. 
Scott, J. D. 
Scott, R. 

Searcey, Charles 
Servant, L. 
Sheridan, E. C. 
Sherry, P. B. 
Shockley, J. 
Shomaker, George 
Short, William 
Singleton, James 
Sizemore, Rupert 
Smith, Euland 
Smith, Frank 
Smith, R. G. 
Smith, Wilbur 
Snipes, W, J. 
Speering, Frank 
Spicer, R. 
Spinks, David 



Thompson, L. R. 
Thompson, P, H. 
Thompson, W. E. 
Tiller, Newt. 
Timm, Theo 
Timmerman, B. 
Tinley, T. W. 
Tompkins, Fred 
Tutor, Jack 
Vawter, D. W. 
Venable,W. H. 
Vidler, A. 
Walker, James 
Wallace, J. J. 
Waters, John 
Watkins, H. 
Watkins, William 
Weathers, Jack 
Widener, Nathan 
Wethersbee, Frank 
Wheatley, Murray 
White, Arthur 
White, Jack 
Whitton, Ben 
Wiggins, Braxton 
Widler, Paul 




. 




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Coach J. C. (Big Six) Luckey 



Dedicated to our retiring head coach 
for his work and efforts with varsity squad. 




Fi'diii The Academy's Trophv Shelf 



ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



Members of Athletic Committee 



Geo. A. Sancken. Chairman 

lames J. Fiarliin 

A. J. Kilpatrick 

T. J. Fender 

1). F. Philpot 

I'. R. .Miles 

A. M. AIcAuliffe 



Frank J. AliFer 
W. A\". Harr 
Harr}- Creamer 
E. \V. llardy 
A. P. Markert 
C. M. Etheredge 
f. G. McDonaM 



Members of Athletic Committee of 
The Board of Education 



James J. Harbin. Chairman 
Webster Ruliinson 
Jas. T. riunkett 
T. M. Xickles 
W. K. ISritjham 



Ex-C)ft'icio Members 
Thos. J. Fender 
H. L. Murphey 



R. J. Beattie 
E. ;\I. Gay 

A\'i'.Iiam P. Congdon 
L. E. Harris 






Wearers of the ''R" 



Track 



Football 

"A" Varsity 



G. 


Thompson 


D. 


Franklin 


E. 


Cole 


H 


Caver 


R. 


Robinson 


B. 


Goatlev 


D. 


Kellev 


L. 


Averv 


E. 


Moodv 


J. 


YounR 


W 


illiani Mauldin 


L. 


Rossbotliam 


L. 


Ross 


B. 


Weant 


B. 


Broome 


J. 


Fitzgerald 


H 


Tarte 


J. 


Davanev 


L. 


Hardv 


E. 


Marsh. Mgr. 



Bobby Baker 
Boyce Long 
Teddie Carrigan 
O'Neal Cave 
^\'ade Sneed 



Jininiie Xowell 
Hal Prouty 
L. E. Avery 
H. B. Allen. Mgr 



Golf 



Charles Whaley 
Jimmie Lee 
Joe Ogilvie 
Joe Mulherin 



Tennis 



Billy Calhoun 
Jim Daley 
Johnny Kearn? 
Gene Gilbert 
Lloyd Stanford 
Orville \'erderv 




Basketball 



LeRoy Baggett 
Jones Epps 
Billy Goatley 
Tim Gleason 
Rov Krouse 



Harry Parrish 
Clinton Strother 
Lum Yee 
Al Markwalter. Mgr. 



Football 

"B" Varsity 

O. Purvis 
J. Johnson 
H. Woodward 
M. \\'ood\vard 
E. Gay 
J. Young 
P. Plunkett 

B. Mitchum 
W. Hardy 
H. Paulos 

E. Smith 
.\. Ingram 

C. \\'ood\vard 
L. Hensley 

L. Battey 
J. R. Scott 
R, Rogers 
T. Gwin 
Hubert Griffin 
O. Gordon 
W. Wyatt 
J. Murray 
J. White 
L. Rushton 
M. Rhodes 
^^'. Barnes 

F. Lackman 
^L A.-key 

J. Burroughs 
E. R. Cheshire 

G. Stulb, Mgr. 



i 




Cheer Leaders 

and 

Band 



The Cheer Leaders 

Wade Sneed 
Allen Cutts 
Billy Powers 
Anne Waterston 
I'dvce Long- 



The Band 



R. Griflfin 
W. Cooper 
C. Woodward 


R. Scroggins 
B. Purkall 
R. Wilkerson 


F. Stringer 
D. Stephens 


D. Bernard 
_ R. Krouse 


A. Axon 
H. King 
R. Gary 
L. Mason 
J. Krafka 


R. Fulmer 
J. Klink 
G. Tyner 

B. Brake 

C. Prather 


B. Mullierin 
M. Blandenberg 
J. Luke 


D. Leverette 
\V. Dunaway 
H. Kennedy 


C. Hull 


B. Ready 


G. Brake 


C. Strother 


B. Lincul 


W. Balkuni 


C. Murphey 


A. Cole 


G. Weiss 


A. Cloud 


T. Gavalos 


B. Wynne 


\V. Jones 


B. Hayes 


W. Turner 


W. Creson 



o 




Roystoii Sulli\an Rn'.lin^ Ewing 



Luckev 



The Coaches 



Head Football Coach Mr. J. C. Luckev 



Assistant and Backfield Coach 



Mr. W. W. Sullivan 



Assistant and End Coach Mr. R. K. Rollins 

"C" \'arsitv Coach Air. Geo. \V. Ewing- 



Assistant 



Mr. C. A. Rovston 



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'^■: 




'A" Varsity Football 



The Musketeers launched their 1937 football season Avith Marist, of Atlanta, here in 
Augusta, the first game played under the arc lights. The Marist boys scored first, but the 
home team came hack, to pull out with a 7-7 tie. The closing minutes of play saw the liall 
in the Atlanta boys' possession on Richmond's one-3-ard line, after four Marist tries had been 
successfu'.ly repulsed. 

In the second game of the season, also on Augusta soil, the Academy displayed a strong 
running attack to rout the Columbus High eleven 33-6. Over two thousand rain-drenched 
spectators saw Richmond chalk up 18 first downs to Columbus' 4. 

Charleston High invaded Augusta for the third game and tallied early. With the score 
20-6 against them at the end of the half, the Musketeers made a gallant eiTort in the closing 
minutes to overtake the Charlestonians. but Charleston High finailv emerged with a win 
of 27-20. 

For the fourth game of the '37 season, the A. R. C. took the road to Atlanta, to engage 
the powerful Tech High Smithies. Richmond scored two touchdowns in the last period, but 
lost, 31-12. Cole's passing featured the latter part of the game, one score resulting from a 
33-yard pass to Tarte, and the other, coming on the last play, with a pass to Kelly. 

The following Friday night. Savannah High trounced the Musketeers 19-7. Savannah 
scored first on a fumble, but at the half the score read 7-6 in favor of the Augustans. Unable 
to muster a sustained scoring punch. Richmond was compelled to accept a 19-7 defeat. 

At the halfwav mark of the sixth game, the Musketeers were trailing 6-7. but Luckey's 
charges put on a driving finish to down the Commercial High eleven 18-7. Smarting from 
the sting of an early score, Richmond came back to score in the second period. The Academy 
opened an aereal attack shortly after the beginning of the second quarter, and from this point 
on it was Richmond Academy's game. Dick Ke.ly was the spearhead of the Musketeer offense. 

Columbia High added another scalp to her belt by dropping Richmond 7-6 in a liitterly 
contested game on a soggy field in the Augusta stadium. Both teams scored early and both 
Columbia and A. R. C. accounted for seven first downs. 

In the annual Thanksiving and final game the Lanier Poets, by otlf-tackle smashes and 
concerted line plunges, deafeted Richmond here in Augusta to the tune of 26-7, Richmond's 
only marker being registered by Kelly, who raced 58 yeards to a touchdown. Lanier dominat- 
ed in almost every department of p.ay, scoring 12 first downs to Richmond's 7. 

The Musketeer gridders remained idle during the week following their first game, as 
the game originally scheduled with Brunswick was called off liecause of an epidemic of 
paralysis it. Brunswick, where the issue was to be decided. 



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Schedule 




Riclimoiid 


7 


Marist 


7 


" 


— 


Glenn Academy (ca 


lied off) 


" 


3i 


Colnnilnis High 


6 


" 


20 


Charleston High 


27 


" 


12 


Tech High 


31 


K 


7 


Savannah High 


19 


ti 


18 


Commercial High 


7 


" 


6 


Columbia High 


/ 


" 


7 


Lanier High 


27 




Coach J. C. (Big Six) Luckey 





THE SQUAD 



Joe Rossabothani 
Henry Caver 
E. Aloody 
Eugene Avery 
James Devanev 



Ben IMoye 
Louis Ross 
LeRoy Baggett 
Ed Cole 
Clinton Strother 



J. C. Hoover 
Bill Broome 
Hubert Griffin 
James Fitzgerald 
David Franklin 



Morris Steinberg 
Carl Lawrence 
Edwin Marsh, Mgr. 
W. W. Sullivan. 
Assistant Coach 



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1 


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11 


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'B" Varsity Football 



The "B" \'arsity opened this year by defeating Graniteville High by a score of 39 to 0. 
Every man on the team saw service in pilinj up this score. 

In the second contest the junior cadets found themselves up against a stronger oppon- 
ent in the persons of Lincolnton High. The B team managed to win by a score of 13 to 7. 

The ".B" \'arsity. after a week's rest, took the field against Warrenton. Although this 
game seemed to be all in favor of the "B" team, the game ended in a to tie. 

The following week the boys again took their stand against Langley-Bath. The "B" 
players still lacking the final punch had to accept a 0-0 tie in this game. 

After a free week-end the team again took to the field in the annual game with \\'avnes- 
boro. They showed the punch that they had lacked in the two preceding games by winning 
with a score of 26-0. 

Returning to home soil the "B" team enc:,untered stiflF opposition in the Xorth .\ugusta 
squad. Since both teams were undefeated befo e this game, a large crowd was in attendance 
to see what promised to be one of the best "B" Varsity games nf the season. After an early 
start by Xorth Augusta, blocking a kick and scoring, in the first period, the "B" team 
managed to come back and gain 2 points from a safety. In the third period, after fine 
playing on the "B" \'arsity's part, the score was set up to "B" \'arsity 8. X. A. 6. After 
this scoring drive the "B" team threatened several times to score again, but every time 
suffered from bad breaks. The X. .A. team d!d threaten seriously after the half. 

The Xorth Augusta game marked a climax of a very successful season for the "B" 
Varsity, which, under the careful supervision of Coach Ewing and Assistant Charles Stulb. 
had completed its season undefeated and tied only twice. 




GEO. EWING, 
Coach 



GEO. STULB, 
Manager 





• 










"B" 

Olin Purvis 


Va 


rsity Squad 

R. Scott 






Sched 


ule 




Jack Ji>hn.son 
Harr\- Woodward 


Roy Rogers 
Tom Gwin 


Sept. 


24 


"B" Team 


39 


Graniteville 





AI. Woodward 




Hubert Griffin 


Oct. 


1 




13 


Lincolnton 


6 


Ed Gay 




(.)Iin Gordon 


Oct. 


15 







Warrenton 





James Young 
I'aul Plunkett 




W. Wyatt 
Joe Alurry 


Oct. 


22 







Laiigley-Batli 





Bernard Alitch 


um 


Jack White 


Nov. 


1 




21 


Waynesl-ioro 





W. Hardy 




Luke Rushton 


Nov. 


12 




8 


North .Vugusta 


6 


Harry Paulos 
Eulon .Smith 
.Albert Ingram 
C. Woodward 
L. Hensley 
Louis Battev 




ALac Rhodes 
Wayne Barnes 
Frank Lackman 
Max Askey 
John Burroughs 
E. R. Cheshire 



George Stulb, AIanao;er 



tl 



A" Varsity 




Manager Al Ma 



rkwalter 1 ^ 



Squad 



LeRoy Baggett 
Jones Epps 
Billy Goatley 
Tim Gleason 
Roy Krouse 
Harry Parrish 
Clinton Strother 
Luni Yee 
Eugene Gilbert 
Jimmy Cooper 



Bernard Sumner 

John Burroughts 

C. Sparks 

Frank Inman 

Ben Piipkin 

Jerry Marsh 

J. Parks 

Paul Plunkett 

A. Markwalter. Mgr. 



The 1938 A. R. C. basketball team enjoyed quite 
a successful season under Coaches Wendell Sulli- 
van's and Roy Rollin's expert quidance. fashioning 
wins over Commercial, twice. Benedictine, and 
Savannah in the G.I. A. A. Tournament. Along with 
these victories, the ^lusketeers added to their belts 
the scalps of Columbia High. Anderson High. 
Bishop-England. Thomson, and numerous others. 

For the last few years, the Academy basketball 
quints have been eliminated in the annual Trade 
District To-urnament held at the Y.M.C..\.. but this 
year it was a different story. The Purple and Gold 
outclassed practically all of the thirty-five teams 
entered, administering sound thrashings to ^IcCor- 
mick. 48-13; Ellenton. 43-17; Wrens. 23-21; and 
Gil)son. in the finals, 24-14. Harry Parrish was the 
high-point man of the tournament. 

In the G.I..\..\. tournament in Macon, the Aca- 
demv was scheduled to meet Savannah High in the 
first round. The home-town boys proceeded to 
avenge themselves on the Blue Jackets for the two 
previous beatings, by licking the Geeches 37-34, and 
thus putting the pre-tournament favorites out of 
running before they knew what it all about. The 
]^Iusketeers went on to rout Commercial 38-20. but 
met defeat at the hands of Jordan. ^lonroe defeated 
the A. R. C. in the play-off for third place. 48-28 ; so 



•*CA; 



rT.' '. " 



Baskeiiball 




Coach W. W. Sullivan 



niir boys wound up in fourth place — a far more 
creditable showing than has been made in the 
G.I. A. A. Tourney by the Augusta teams in quite 
a number of years. 

In addition to this, Harry Parrish and Leroy Bag- 
egtt were selected on the all-G.I.A.A. team, an 
honor which, likewise, has come to old Alma Mater 
only this year. Lum Yee, Billy Goatle}', who receiv- 
ed a medal for his being among the first ten picked 
from the teams defeated in the first round of the 
Gold Medal Tournament. Cinton Strother. Tim 
Gleason. Jones Epps, Roy Krouse, Jimmy Cooper, 
and, of course, "\\\)rmy" Markwalter, the manager, 
also deserve mention for their sterling performance 
the year round. 

.\ftef the season had officially closed, the Mus- 
keteers entered the Gold Medal Tournament. They 
drew a bye in the first round, but were defeated 
36-17 in the quarter linals by the strong Friedman 
five. 

On the whole, the A. R. C. basketeers had a very 
successful season, and, though most of the regulars 
will graduate this year, we sincerely hope and be- 
lieve that our '39 squad will come through with 
flving colors. So, good luck, bovs, and give 'em 
hell I 



Schedule 



Richmond 


31 


Harlem 




32 




■• 


61 


Tliomson 




6 




" 


51 


Thomson 




19 




tt 


36 


Savannah H 


k1i 


19 




" 


31 


Bishop-Engl 


and 


28 




tt 


43 


Commercial 


High 


18 




" 


46 


Bishop-Engl 


and 


34 




tt 


37 


Cohimljia H 


igli 


35 




It 


33 


Benedictine 




29 




" 


43 


.Avera 




32 


T. D. T. 


" 


48 


McCormick 




13 


" 


•• 


43 


Ellcnton 




17 


" 


" 


23 


Wrens 




21 


K 


" 


24 


Gibson 




14 




" 


32 


Columbia 




22 




tt 


34 


.Anderson 




17 




(1 


21 


Benedictine 




36 




" 


24 


Savannah 




44 


GA.A.A. 


" 


37 


Savannah 




34 


" 


" 


38 


Commercial 




20 


« 


tt 


32 


Jordan 




45 


" 


tt 


28 


Monro-e 




48 


" 


tt 


41 


.\nderson 




18 


Gold Medal 


" 


17 


Friedman's 




36 



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J. C. A. Boys Basketball 



Squad 



Gordon Martin 
"Cue Ball" Stulb 
Herbert Stelling 
Bill Ke^ned^• 



Elliott Pomerance 
( ) Xeal Cave 
Tom Boeckinan 
Pop Newman 



Schedule 



(.it\- League Junior 


College 29 


Cloer Lumber 


Co. 


38 


" 


25 


Dr. Pepper 




18 


1 


26 


Hav-.\-Tampa 




25 


' 


40 


Friedman's 




34 


" 


32 


Sporters 




21 


Playoff, 1st half chain. " 


23 


Sporters 




18 


City League " 


33 


Evan.s .A. C. 




21 


<< 


33 


Evans A C 




21 


<■ 


60 


Avera A C 




11 


<. 


55 


Cloer Lumber 


Co 


2,2 


" (( 


22 


Dr. Pepper 




25 


«f (( 


47 


Hav-.\-Tampa 




18 


" 


40 


Y.M.H.A. 




42 


.. 


26 


Fri-edman"s 




45 


Y.M.H.A. Tourn. 

I 


2,7 


Y.M.H.A, 




27 


If 


i7 


Sporters 




26 


City League " 


22 


Sporters 




26 


C. L. Playoff, Cham, " 


35 


Dr. Pepper 




m. 


" « 


22 


Dr. Pepper 




21 


Gold Medal T, 


38 


Sandersville .\. 


C. 


40 






/^ ^Ji^cA^t^^^^ 




Coach Rov E. Rollins 



Since 1932-33 the Juninr Culk-i^e box's have had no 
athletics except golf and tennis, hut this vear thev went 
nut to get a haskethal'; team and got it. 'riinugh unahle 
to schedule games with other junior colleges the lioys 
won the fast city league and the Y.M.H.A. Tournament, 
entered the annual (icild Medal Tciurnev, snundK" thrash- 
ed the E\ans Athletic Clul) on both the lucal and the 
Evans boards by identical scores, and smothered the 
Avera A. C, 60-11. 

In the first game of the season the Collegians lost to 
a sharp-shooting C'oer Lumber Co. outfit, Imt cinched 
the first half of the city loop by winning all the remain- 
ing games. J. C. A. walloped the Friedman outfit 40-34. 
and, to prove that this game was not an upset and that 
the supposed "greenhorns" could really play basketball, 
they "laid one on" the favored Sporters twice in' succes- 
sion, to win the first-half championship. The Purple and 
White then played the Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., winners 
of the second half, for the city crown. Junior College 
whipped Dr. Pepjier in the first game of the play-off 
35-20, and, the following night, in a thrilling battle that 
ran into an extra period, copped the City Championship 
1>\' the score of 22-21. 



In tl:e Y.AI.H.A. Tournament, the fighting Junior 
College fi\e ousted the Y.AI.H.A. 37-27. and went on to 
humble their old rivals, the Sporters. 37-26. and win the 
tournament. 



/ 




The J. C. A., like the Academv five, drew a bye in 
the first round, and then engaged the Sandersville Ath- 
letic Club. This game was packed with thril's from start 
to finish, with the outcome in doubt until the final whis- 
tle, which saw the scrapping J. C. A. nosed out by a lone 
field goal. 40-38, to close the season. 

The success of the Junior College basketball team is 
very largely due to Roy Rollins, the playing coach. He 
was selected all-city forward in the Y.M.H.A. Tourna- 
ment, along with Preston Towns, chosen all-city center, 
an honor which they both richly deserved. In addition, 
Rollins was picked as an all-tournament guard in the 
Gold Medal classic, the third outstanding player of the 
tournament, and was among the first ten, chosen from 
teams defeated in the first round. Towns was also one of 
these ten players. Gordon Martin. "Cue Ball" Stulb. Her- 
bert Stelling, Bill Kennedy, Elliott Poferance. O'Neal 
Cave, Tom Boeckman, and Pop Newman also deserve 
credit for such a successful season this year. We hope 
vou boys following these will keep up the good work and 
put old Junior College on top of the heap. 



'^^m 





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o 



V MOV' 




J. C. A. Girls Basketball 



The Junior College girls' sextet got off to a slow start, dropping the first game to 
Harlem, but from then on, J. C. A. was on the big end of the score in all but one game. 
This game was a hard fought, tightly contested skirmish, with Dan Cohen winning out 
33-39, after the local girls had already licked them twice earlier in the season, by the 
scores of 30-13 and 34-28. Coach Charlie Royston's Jaguars practically walked away with 
the girls' city loop, and, in doing so, exhibited a sure-fire passing attack that virtually 
outclassed the other teams. The Junior College co-eds smothered Mount St. Joseph 36-11 
in their final game on the Y.M.C.A. court, to win the Girls' City Championship. 

The Jaguars should certainly be co^mmended on such a creditable showing this season, 
their first year under Coach Royston, who took the place of Albert SimpsO'U, last year's 
coach. The girls responsible for this impressive record are: Anne Stulb, Beverly Newberry, 
Mildred Thiot, Allen Cutts. Jane Paquette, Frances McAllister, Betty Farr, Marion Max- 
well, Mary K. Reiser, Harriett Serotta, Ann Waterston, Dot Dickerson, Ponder Brown, 
and Melba Carstarphen. 




Squad 




V 



COACH CHARLIli RUVSTUN 



Harriett Serotta 




Anne Stulb 




Dorothy Dickerson 


Frances McAllister 


Toddle' Ililty 




Allen Cutts 




Marian Maxwell 




Beverly Newbe 


rry 


Frances Bennett 




Betty Farr 




Claudine Wells 




]\Iildred Thiot 




Anne Waterston 




Ponder Brown 




Mary K. Reiser 




^lelba Carstarphen 


Jane Paquette 










Schedule 




Junior College 14 


Harlem 


20 




44 


Thomson 


30 




41 


Thomson 


29 




34 


Evans 


24 


City League 


3(1 


Dan Cohen 


13 




26 


^'idette 


20 




29 


Dearing 


11 


City League 


53 


Fr'edman's 


39 


City Le;igue 


41 


Mt, St. Joseph 


8 




20 


Dearing 


11 


City League 


34 


Dan Cohen 


28 


City League 


36 


Mt. St. Joseph 


11 


City League 


36 


^It. St. Josephp 


12 


City League 


37 


Friedman's 


24 




22 


\"idette 


15 


City League 


29 


Dan Cohen 


33 


City League 


41 


Friendman's 


26 


City League 


iC, 


Mt. St. Joseph 


11 



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TRACK 



1937 Season 



1938 Season 



The 1937 A. R. C. track team was composed of 
almost entirely new men, only three letter men. 
Proutv, Long-, and Sneed. returning from the pre- 
ceding rear's scjuad. In spite of this lack of ex- 
perienced track men. Coach 
Langston Bolton molded a 
well-balanced team from the 
'37 Musketeer hopefuls. 

The Purple and Gold sche- 
dule included the Lanier 
High Poets. Columljia High. 
Louisville, and \\'rens. In 
the inaugural meet of the 
season, Richmond walloped 
\\'rens, then proceeded to 
administer a licking to the 
Louisville boys ; but dropped 
the next one to Columl^ia 
High, and lost to the power- 
fulful Macon team in a hard- 
fought meet that furnished 
thrills from start to finish. 



At the close of the season. 
Coach Bolton awarded a 
much larger number of let- 
ters than he had given in 
any of the previous seasons. 



A.R.C. All Time Track Records 



lOOYd. Dash— 10 Sec. 
220-Yd. Dash— 22 4-5 Sec. 
440-Yd. Dash— 50 41 Sec. 
88a-Yd. Run— 2 Min. 6 Sec. 
Mile Run — 4 Min. 52 Sec. 
880-Yd. Relay— 1 Min. 34 Sec. 



The 1938 season jiromites a real track team, one 
that will give these G.I. A. A. teams plentv of trou- 
ble. The '38 Musketeers lost the first meet in a 
bitterly contested Ijattle on the South Carolina field. 
i)ut literally smothered an 
outclassed Wrens team on 
the local field. Two weeks 
later Richmond journeyed to 
.\tlanta and handed G.M.A. 
a defeat that established the 
home team as a strong con- 
tender for the G.I.A.A. title. 



H. Cleckley 1921 
H. Cleckley, 1921 
I. Trowbridge. 1932 
C. Atkinson, 1936 
C. Atkinson, 1936 
1929 



Bentley, Cohen. WiUiams, Jackson 
12a-Yd. L, Hurdles— 13 4-5 Sec. M. Williams, 1924 
200-Yd. L. Hurdles— 23.5 Sec. Bob Baker, 1937 



120-Yd, H. Hurdles- 16 Sec. 
High lump — 5 ft. 10 in. 
Broad Jump — 21 ft. 5 in 
Pole Vault— 11 ft. 5 in. 
12-I.b. Shot Put— 44 ft. 6 in. 
Discus Throw — 123 ft. 1 in. 
Discus, Junior — 155 ft, 1 in 
Javelin Throw — 151 ft, 8 in. 



P. Towns. 1937 

E. Cutis, 1933 

H. Rainwater, 1929 

H. Rainwater, 1929 

C. Thompson, 1936 

H, Prouty, 1938 

H, Cleckley, 1921 

C. R, Pearre, 1936 



These are the Academy Track and field records 
that have been made by some of outstanding 
track men in the history up-to-date of our school. 
We hope that these records will be betered by 
our students in years to come. 

G. L. Bolton, Track Coach. 






The next week found the 
Musketeers engaging the La- 
nier High Poets from Ma- 
con, This duel meet proved 
to be a verv close one even 
though the .\cademy ])ovs 
lost. 

This week they will meet 
Boys High of Atlanta, on 
the local grounds. 
We're all right Iiehind you, 
boys, so go to it — wallop 
tliem and show this team 
whos who in Macon at the 
G.I.A.A.' 



1938 Schedule and Results 



March J.-th 




C 


jlumbia High 


65 




1^ 


chmond 


57 


Aj.ril 4th 






\\'rens 


15 






« 


75 


April 12th 


G 


eoi 


gia Military Acade 


58 






<( 


64 


April 22nd 






Lanier High 


64 






(( 


58 


April i9th 






Boys' High 




(X 


it 


Played) 




Mav 6th 






G.LA.A. 




(X 


Jt 


Plaved) 





Track Tea 



m 



Wade Sneed 
Bt)yce Long- 
Kd Marsh 
riuvtoii Thdiiipson 
H. R. Caver 
Joe Fuller 
Dick Kelly 
Jack Mains 
Bernard Sumner 
Hal TrDUty 
Harry Parrish 
Bill Goatley 
Eugene Avery 
Joe Rossabotham 
LeRoy Bag-gett 
Jimmy Xowell 
Archie Atkinson 
Iv. H. Bateman 
Jones Epps 
Roy Krouse 
Bill Scarr 









G. L. Bolton, Coach 



1 rack Snai 



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J. C A. Golf 




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Team 

Charles Whaley Earl Waller 

Joe Ogilvie Bill Kennedy 

Joe Heffernaii 



Georgfe W. Ewinsr. Coach 



Schedule and Scores 



March 26th 


Georgia Fre£hnier. 


/ 


Junior College 


11 


April 9th 


Georgia Freshmen 


/ 


Junior College 


11 


April 21st-2ord 


S. T. G. T. 




(Xot Played) 




April 24th 


Citadel 




(Xot Played) 




Undecided 


G. M. A. 




(Xot Piayed) 






A. R. C. Golf 




Tea]Ti 



Ste\e Mulherin 
"Gummy" Harrison 
Paul Hammock 
Geo. Ewing- (coach) 



Joe Mulherin 
Ashby Taylor 
Jackie Waller 
Harcourt Waller 



Schedule and Scores 



March 11th 


Athens 


'A 


-March 14th 


Boys High 


7 


March 26th 


Columbia 


6>^ 


Ai)ril 9th 


Boys High 


7 


April 2_'nd 


Lanier 


16^^ 


April 23rd 


Athens 





April 29th 


Orangeburg 




April 30th 


Columbia 




May 14th 


Orangeburg 





Riclinuind Academy 



(Xot Played) 
(Not Played) 
(Xot Played) 



17^ 
11 



11 



18 



J. C. A. T 



ennis 








Team 



Frank Robinson Herljert Stelling 

IJilly Calhoun "Pop" Xewman 

George W. Ewingf, Coach 



Schedule and Scores 



March 2r)t1i Armstrong (Here) 

April 8tli Emory (Tliere) 

April 2(lth P. C. Freslimeii (There) 

April 29tli ^Vofford Freshmen (There) 

Afay 6th Armstrong J. C. (There) 



Junior College 1 Armstrong 6 

(\ot Played) 
(Not Played) 
(Not Played) 
(Not Played) 



A. R. C. Tennis 



Team 

Johnnie Kearns Hugh Hines 

Eugene Gilbert J. L. ^IcNair 

Lloyd Stanford Jack Harrell, Mgr. 

Coach W. E. Tenipleton 



Schedule and Scores 



April 


1st 


Savannah 


(There) 


Richmond 


5 Savanah 2 


April 


8th 


Athens 


(There) 




(Rained Out) 


April 


18th 


Greenville 


(There) 




(Rained Out) 


April 


19th 


Anderson 


(Here) 




(Called Off) 


April 


22ncl 


Savannah 


( H«re) 


Richmond 


4 Savannah o 


April 


26th 


Anderson 


(There) 


Richmond 


4 Anderson 3 


April 


3Uth 


, Greenville 


(Here) 




(Not Played) 


Mav 


3rd 


Ander; on 


(Here) 




(Not Played) 




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Major John W. O'Daniel 



The young men now in our R. O. T. C, will in the years to come be deciding factors in the 
progress of our National Defense. They must be steadfast, and vote unflinchingly to support the 
things for which our forefathers fought and bequeathed to us; namely, liberty and democracy. 



Staff 





Sergeant William C. McGee 



The well disciplined cadet is one who discharges any duty assigned him by his parents or 
instructors instantly, willingly, and in a cheerful manner. 



Col 



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Regimental 
Staff 





BILL JAKES 
Colonel 



JOHN R. HALL. Lieutenant-Colonel 
JANE BUSH, Sponsor 



L. A. TYCE, Major 

DOROTHY HAYNIE, Sponsor 



BILLY CALHOUN, Captain 

ANNE LOMBARD, Sponsor 




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Regimental 
(j^J^^^' Staff 



NELL DANIEL 
Sponsor 



FRANK HOOPER, Colonel 

MARY MAE WELLS, Sponsor 



JOE HEFFERNAN, Major 

CAROLYN HULL, Sponsor 



WADE SNEED, Captain 

CARY GREEN, Sponsor 




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GORDON KELLY, Mator 
HELEN BOARDMAN, Sponsor 



PHILIP WILHEIT, Adjutant 

DORIS WALLACE, Sponsor 



First Battalion 




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T. S. CARRIGAN, 2nd Lieutenant 

O. C. LEE, 2nd Lieutenant 

JACK HAINS. 2nd Lieutenant 

O. CAVE, 2nd Lieutenant 



Company A 




ABNER COVAR, Captain 

MILDRED PITTS, Sponsor 






DAVID FRANKLIN, Captain 
BERTHA BARRETT, Sponsor 



TEE BALK, 1st Lieutenant 

C. A. CHALKER, 2nd Lieutenant 

C. HOLLINGSWORTH, 2nd Lieutenant 
W. H. RUSCH, 2nd Lieutenant 



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Company B 



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JOE ARTHUR, 2nd Lieutenant 



ALEX BARRETT, 1st Lieuteija:jt 

HENRY FULGHUM. 2nd Lieutenant 

JONES EPPS, 2nd Lieutenant 



Company C 




BILLY POWERS, Captain 

ELLEN POWERS, Sponsor 










JULIAN BALDOWSKI, 2nd Lieutenant 

IRVIN DAITCH, 1st Lieutenant 

GRADY McRAE, 2nd Lieutenant 

BILLY WHEELESS, 2n:) Lieutenant 






GORDON MARTIN, Captain 
SARA BAILEY, Sponsor 



Company D 





JACK HEGGIE, Major 
GEORGIA MULHERIN, Sponsor 



BERT GARY, Adjutant 



MARY HILL, Sponsor 



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Second Battalion 





CHARLES GWIN, 2nd Lieutenant 

WILLIAM DIXON, 2nd Lieutenant 

C. DEMEDICIS, 1st Lieutenant 



Company E 




HERBERT STELLING, Captain 



MARTHA STELLING, Sponsor 






JACK OUZTS, Captain 
BETTY MORAN, Sponsor 




PAUL WHALEY, 2nd Lieutenant 

PRESTON TOWNS, 1st Lieutenant 

JACK WIDENER, 2nd Lieutenant 



Company F 





JARRELL SHEPPARD, 1st Lieutenant 

TOM BLANCHARD, 2nd Lieutenant 

CARL EDELBLUT, 2nd Lieuienant 



Company G 




CARL STELLING, Captain 

MARY KATHERINE REISER, Sponsor 






GEORGE SUHR, 2nd Lieutenant 

BOB BAILEY, 2nd Lieutenant 

CHARLES BROTHERTON, 1st Lieutenant 



GUYTON THOMPSON, Captain 
CORINNE ELLIOTT, Sponsor 









FRANK HOOPER, Colonel 

MA'^Y h'AE WELLS, Sponsor 

I. C. LEVY, Captain 

LEON SIMON, 1st Lieutenant 



Third Battalion 






MAX ROESEL, 2nd Lieutenant 

M. S. HOCHMUTH, 1st Lieutenant 

ALFRED BATTEY, 2nd Lieutenant 




BOYCE LONG, Captain 



Company I 



LOUISE HAINS, Sponsor 





BILLY COCHRANE, Captain 
ROBERTA PHILLIPS, Sponsor 




CARL SIMON, 2nd Lieutenant 

LUCIAN CHANEY, 2nd Lieutenant 

B. ROY SMITH, 2nd Lieutenant 



Company K 









EUGENE GOETCHIUS, 1st Lieutenant 
J. ROESEL, 2nd Lieutenant 

JOE MULHERIN, 2nd Lieutenant 




ORVILLE VERDERY, Captain 

FRANCES McAllister, spcnsor 



Company L 





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PAUL BAILEY, Captain 
ELIZABETH BRYANS, Sponsor 




MARVIN BONZO, 2nd Lieutenant 

HARRY CARPENTER, 2nd Lieutenant 

E. C. B. DANFORTH, 2nd Lieutenant 



Company M 





Rifle Team 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right— Tee Balk, Jack Hains, Bill Jakes, Carl Edelblut, Abner Covar. 

SECOND ROW, Left to Right— Louis Tyce, I. C. Levy, J. R. Fulmer, Frank Hooper, Billy 
Cochrane, Wade Sneed, Jack Boardman, 

THIRD ROW, Left to Right— Carl Stellir.g, Bernard Mitchum, Jack Widener, Marvin Seals, 

Teddy Carrigan. 



1938 Hearst Trophy Team 



The 1938 Hearst Trophy Team was ranked first among the high schools of the United 
States and one of its members, J. T. Hains, Jr., v\^as named individual national champion of 
the R.O.T.C. units. Each boy will receive a medal for the Corps Area Match and a medal 
for the National Match. The team will be presented with a silver plaque for the Corps Area 
Championship and a silver cup for the National Championship. 

For three consecutive years, our rifle team has won the Corps Area Match. The winning 
of the national championship came as a result of a process of development. The boys have been 
shooting more consistently from year to year and becoming more confident because of their 
excellent training. 

All the members of the rifle team began their rifle marksmanship under the coaching 
of Sergeant Wm. C. McGee. This year, however, the team was coached by Sergeant J. R. 
Wilkerson. 

The members of the rifle team are: Jack Hains, Abner Covar, Bill Jakes, Theo Balk, and 
Riley Fulmer. 



R. O. T. C. Band 



MR. D. M. LINCUL, Director 



FIRST ROW 
Reading Left to Right 
L. Griffin, 
W. H. Cooper 

C. Woodward 
F. Stringer 

D. Stephens 

Mr. D. M. Lincul 

A. Axon 

H. King 

R. Cory 

A. L. Mason 

I. Krafka 

* Not in Picture. 



SECOND ROW 
Reading Left to Right 
W. W. Tur.ier 
R. Scoggins 
B. PukaU 
R. J. Wilkerson 
D. Bernard 
R. Krouse 
R. Fu'.msr 
J. Klink 
G. F. Tyner 

B. Brake 

C. A. Prather 

D. J. Leverette 



THIRD ROW 
Reading Left to Right 
B. J. Mulherin 
W. M. Blandenburg 
J. L. Luke 
O. Hull 
G. T. Brake 

B. Lincul 

C. Murphy 
George V/eiss 



FOURTH ROW 
Reading left to right 
W. Dunnaway 
H. W. Kennedy 
Bill Ready 
C. Strother 
W. Balkum 
Arthur Cole 
Hayes 

TOP ROW 

A. Cloud 

B. Wynne 
W. Gleason 
'T. Gavalos 
*W. Jones 



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Officers of the Band 



JACK MASON LOUIS GRIFFIN BILL WYNNE JOSEPH KRAFKA 

SHRLEY KONTZ ANNABELLE CORLEY ELIZABETH MARSH 



LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD WALTER CRESON W. A. READY 

ROY KROUSE W. H. COOPER J. R. FULMER 



ALBERT CLOUD 






Members of Sabre Club 



COLONEL 
WiUiam Jakes 



COLONEL 
(Freshman Regiment) 

Frank Hooper 



LT.-COLONEL 



John R, Hall 






Joe Heffernan 

Wade Sneed 
Abner Covar 
Gordon Martin 
Jack Ouzts 
1. C. Levy 

B. Verdery 
Wm. B. Wynne 

Tee Balk 

C. DeMedicis 
J. Sheppard 

M. S. Hcchmuth 

A. Cloud 

Jack Hair.s 
O. C. Lee 
W. H. Rusch 
Jones Epps 
U. McRae 
Paul Whaley 
G. Suhr 
M. Roesel 
L. Chaney 

B. Danforth 
W. F. Creson 



MAJORS 
Gordon Kelley Jack Heggie 

CAPTAINS 

Billy Calhoun 
David Franklin 
Bert Gary 
Carl Stelling 
Boyce Long 
Paul Bailey 
J. F. Krafka 

1ST LIEUTENANTS 
Alex Barrett 
J. Widener 
C. Br^therton 
E. V. N. Goetchius 
J. R. Fulmer 

2ND LIEUTENANTS 
ONsal Cave 
C. A. Chalker 
Jce Arthur 
Wm. Wheeless 
W. Dixon 
T. Blar.chard 
B. Bailey 
B. R, Smith 
J. Roesel 
H. Carpenter 
A. R. Krouse 



L. A. Tyce 

Philip Wilheit 
Billy Powers 
Herbert Stelling 
Guyton Thompson 
J. Cochrane 
Louis Griffin 
A. L. Mason 

Irvin Daitch 
Preston Towns 
Leon Simon 
L. L. Ycungblood 



C. Hollingsworth 
Henry Fulghura 
Julian Baldowski 
C. Gwin 
C. Edelblut 
Alfred Battey 
Carl Simon 
Joe Mulherin 
M. Bonzo 
W. A. Ready 
W. H. Cooper 
T. S. Carrigan 



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1991 



SliLnt CyXLCjkt 



Chosen from numerous skits as winner of Stunt Night was the Satirical 
Style Show enacted by the Hangover Club. Immediately after the actual fashion 
revue by the Junior College co-eds and Tubman seniors, the members of the 
Hangover organization of the Academy presented a parody on the preceding 
number. Taking part in the style show were the following charming young 
ladies: Miss Howard Mcintosh, who wore a fluttery afternoon dress; Miss Willie 
Merritt, attired in a flowered chiffon tea gown; Miss Fish Wiggins, who appeared 
in a startlingly modern swim suit; Miss Julian Baldowski, who wore gayly striped 
beach pajamas; Miss Tom Blanchard, attired in a flowered chiffon evening frock; 
and Misses Jack Bcardman and Alfred Battey, who displayed what the well- 
dressed girl would wear to formal evening affairs. Master of ceremonies, man- 
aging the production with a masterful hand, was Paul Bailey, one of the 
officers of the organization. 




Stunt cMujkt 

):JamLO}? Jvevue 

(contestants 




TUBMAN SENIORS 

ROBERTA PHILLIPS 
BETTY ANDREWS 
CLARA NELLE FORTUNE 
ANNE O'DANIEL 
GEORGIA PAOUETTE 

I. C. A. FRESHMEN 

CONNIE LANIER 
CAROLYN HULL 
FRANKIE KREPPS 
NELL DANIEL 
MARY MAE WELLS 

J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 

FRANCES McAllister 

BETTY FARR 
ALLEN CUTTS 
ANNE COTTER 
LEOLINE BLACK 



Supenatives 



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MOST POPULSJl SENIOR 

A. B. C. 



BEST SENIOR ATHLETE 



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m7nfiS-<S: 




SENIOR VALEDICTORIAN 

CARL SIMON 




MOST POULAR 
SOPHOMORE GIRL 

FRANCES McAllister 
;. c. A. 



MOST POPULAR SOPHOMORE BOY 

GORDON KELLY 

J. C. A. 



KOST POPULAR FRESHMAN GIRL 

CONNIE LANIER 

J. C. A. 



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C-onnLe J-CLnLet 










Mtiti^ Mae Wdti 









Me/l Lyunld 




Mettu -findteivi 



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BOO 






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Gold "R" Society 




Eugene Goetchius 


Jack Ouzts 




Leslie Youngblood 


Charles Whaley 


I. C. Levy 




William Cochrane 


George T. Rhodes 


Jack Hains 




Orville Verdery 


W. R. Kennedy, Jr. 


Louis Griffin 




James Lazenby 


Gordon Kelly 


Charles Stulb 




Riley Fulmer 


Frank Robinson 


Leon Simon 




Joseph Krafka 


Charles Houston 


Earl Waller 




Clinton Lee 


Lewis Newman 


Preston Towns 


, 


Billy Powers 


Harry Popkin 


Paul Bailey 




Wade Sneed 


Deno Thevaos 


Alex Barrett 




Guyton Thompson 


Jack Mason 










Db. J. M. Ellis, Faculty 


Adviser 







J. C. A. "Rainbow" Staff 



EVELYN SHORT Editor-in-Chief 

LESLIE YCUNGBLOOD Business Manager 

JEROME MILLER Assistant Business Manager 

WILLIAM KENNEDY Sports Editor 

GORDON KELLY Military Editor 

ANNE WATERSTON Picture Editor 

CLAUDE HILL Activities Editor 

MARTHA COOPER Literary Editor 

JANE PAQUETTE ) ^ „ 

HERBERT STEELING ) •- ■ - • Circulation Managers 

George Ewing, Faculty Adviser 



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A. R. C. "Rainbow" Staff 



JOHN R. FULMES Editor-in-Chief 

CARL SIMON Business Manager 

L. A. STANFORD Assistant Business Manager 

CLINTON LEE Sports Editor 

M. S. HOCHMUTH Military Editor 

BILLY POWERS Picture Editor 

G. H. PARKS Activities Editor 

M, C. MURPHY Literary Editor 

CHARLES KIMBRELL ) „ . . 

ALBERT INGRAM ) Circulation Managers 

George Ewing, Faculty Adviser 





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Phi Theta Kappa 

(National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity) 

Officers 

PRESIDENT EVELYN SHO?.T 

VICE-PRESIDENT BILL KENNEDY 

SECRETARY ELIZABETH MADDOX 

TREASURER MARY BARNES 

COUNCIL MEMBER LORENE JENNY 

Members 

Mary Barnes Gordon Kelly Frank Robinson 

Leoline Black William Kennedy Evelyn Short 

Sara Bolgla Hizabeth Lamkin Herbert Stelling 

Allen Cutis Joseph Lansdell Mr. A. P. Markert (honorary) 

Charles Houston Elizabeth Maddox Mr. E. M. Allen (honorary) 

Stanley Gillman Gordon Martin Mr. C. G. Cordle (honorary) 

Lcrene Jenny Evelyn Oglesbee Mr. E. W. Hardy (honorary) 

Helen Whisnant Emma Perkins Mr. H. O. Read (honorary) 



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Student Council 



PRESIDENT . . . 
VICE-PRESIDENT . . 
SECRETARY-TREASURER 



Officers 



Mr. a. F. Simpson, Faculty Adviser 



. GUYTON THOMPSON 

. . . . JACK OUZTS 

MARY KATHERINE REISER 



/. C. A. Members 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

President Jack Ouzts 

Student Ccuncil . . . Orville Verdery 
Student Council . . . Katherine Reiser 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
President .... William Kennedy 
Student Council .... Deno Thevaos 
Student Council . . . Jane Paquette 



A. R. C. Members 



FRESMAN CLASS 

President George Bates 

Student Council Jack Mahoney 

Student Council Arthur Fielder 



JUNIOR CLASS 

President BcBBY Baker 

Student Ccuncil Louis Ross 

Student Council Louis Battey 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

President Edward Cole 

Student Council .... Rudolph Chaney 
Student Ccuncil John Stringer 



SENIOR CLASS 

President Guyton Thompson 

Student Council Dick Kelly 

Student Council Billy Powers 






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J. C. A. Pre-Ldw Club 



First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT HERBERT STELLING 

VICE-PRESIDENT .... DENO THEVAOS 

SECRETARY I. C. LEVY 

TREASURER BERT GARY 

SHERIFF BILL JAKES 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT BERT GARY 

VICE-PRESIDENT BILL JAKES 

SECRETARY WILLIAM KENNEDY 

TREASURER JOE HEFFERNAN 

SHERIFF DENO THEVAOS 

Faculty Advisers ' '^^- ^- ^- Simpson 

r acuity i^avisers ( Mr. C. G. Cofdle 



Charles Gwin 
I. C. Levy 
Alex Barrett 
Earl Hollingsworth 
Theo Balk 
Willie Merritt 
Joe Heffernan 



Members 

Teddy Carrigan 
George Forbes 
Gordon Martin 
Herbert Stelling 
Frank Robinson 
Iverson Bryans 
Deno Thevaos 



Vincent Roberts 
Jerome Miller 
Bill Jakes 
Bill Kennedy 
Bert Gary 
Gordon Kelly 
Charles Houston 
Philip Wilheit 



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• RHO-CHI 
PRE-MEDICALCLUB 






Rho-Chi Pre-Medical Club 



Otticers 

PRESIDENT JOE LEWIS 

VICE-PRESIDENT WORTH ZEIGLER 

SECRETARY j. McLUCIUS SNELLINGS, JR. 

TREASURER LEWIS TYCE 

SCRIBE LESLIE TURNER 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS LLOYD C. CONE 

Members 



Miledge Peterson 
Charles Bruce 
Jimmie Crouch 
William Chapman 
Charles Devant 
Lloyd C. Cone 



William Jenkins 

Joe Lewis 

Worth Zeigler 

J. McLucius Snellings, Jr. 

Lewis A. Tyce 

Leslie Turner 



Faculty Advisers 

Dr. J. M. Ellis Mr. H. O. Read 

Mr. C. a. Scruggs 



The purpose of Rho Chi is to bring together those students interested in the field of 
medicine in order to exchange ideas and to encourage the social contact that makes college 
life one of pleasant memories. 

The current year marks the eighth anniversary of the organization. Many parties and 
dinners have made it a socially successful year and several lectures on medicine, subjects by 
the members and prominent men associated with medicine, have made it as equally educational. 



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J. C. A. Hi-Y 



First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT BILL JAKES 

VICE-PRESIDENT JOE HEFFERNAN 

SECRETARY DENO THEVAOS 

TREASURER ' . . EARL WALLER 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS HERBERT STELLING 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT JOE HEFFERNAN 

VICE-PRESIDENT JOHN HALL 

SECRETARY CHARLES HOUSTON 

TREASURER GORDON KELLY 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS CHARLES GWIN 

CHAPLAIN EARL HOLLINGSWORTH 

Members 



Iverson Bryars 
Teddy Carrigan 
Frar k Durst 
Bert Gary 
Charles Gwin 
John Hall 
jce Hefferr.an 
Ear! HoUingsworth 
Charles Houston 
Joe Lewis 
Faculty Advisers 



Bill Jakes 
Gordon Kelly 
Bill Kennedy 
Jack Ouzts 
Frank Robinson 
Herbert Stelling 
Deno Thevaos 
Orville Verdery 
Earl Waller 
Philip Wilheit 
. Mr. G. M. Scott and Mr. O. V/. Chandler 




J. C. A. Hi-Y-W 

Oificers 

PRESIDENT ELIZABETH MADDOX 

VICE-PRESIDENT ' KATHRYNE WILCOX 

SECRETARY ELIZABETH MARSH 

TREASURER ANNE COTTER 

Members 




Mary Barnes 
Margaret Broome 
Ponder Brown 
Virginia Corr 
Annabel Corley 
Anne Cotter 
Mary Denny 
Hazel Jackson 
Lorene Jenny 
Elizabeth Maddox 
Elizabeth Marsh 
Jane Paguette 

Faculty Advisers: 



Mary Reiser 
Catherine Roesel 
Jane Saniord 
Hazel Scruggs 
Evelyn Short 
Anne Stulb 



Katharine Wilcox 
Betty Farr 
Mary McAuliffe 
Tee Lawrence 
Caroline Hull 
Anne Haggerty 



Elizabeth Anne Torpin Mary Mae Wells 
Anne Waterston Betty Thomas 



Avice Wells 
Claudine Wells 
Josephine Wheeler 
Helen Whisnant 



Frankie Kreps 
Eleanor Dunbar 
Eleanor Miller 
Sarah Pierce 



Ethel Thompson 
Leoline Black 
Julia Mae Embry 
Betty Moran 
Mildred Head 
Jessie Jones 
Reba O'Connor 
Eleanor Printup 
Georgia Mulherin 
Margaret Stulb 



Misses Elizabeth Davenport, Emma Twiggs, Margaret Bailie. 



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Richmond Hi-Y 

/irsi" Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT CHARLES MIDDLEBROOKS 

VICE-PRESIDENT BILLY POWERS 

SECRETARY DOUGLAS DEVANT 

TREASURER HARCOURT WALLER 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS BILLY POWERS 

CHAPLAIN PAT CALHOUN 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT BILLY POWERS 

VICE-PRESIDENT JIMMY NOWELL 

SECRETARY JACK HAINS 

TREASURER CHARLES MIDDLEBROOKS 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS DAVID FRANKLIN 

CHAPLAIN PAT CALHOUN 

Members 

Pat Calhoun David Franklin Joe Murray- 

Henry Caver Wooddall Greene Jimmy Newell 

Ralph Chaney Jack Hains ^'Hy Powers 

Rudolph Chaney Dugie Jennings """^ '^""'^ 

,. ™ ,, . T , Heard Robertson 

Jimmy Chance Merriman Jordan j., ih q • 

J. J. Daniel WaUon Lamkin Harcourt Waller 

Douglas Devant Hugh May Paul Whaley 

Billy Dolan Charles Middlebrooks Earl V/aller (Adviiser 

Joe Eve Jim Mulligan from J. C. A. Hi-Y) 

Faculty Advisers, Dr. J. M. Ellis, Messrs. H. O. Read, Frank Harriss 



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Academy Hi-Y 

Oiiicers 

PRESIDENT TOM GWIN 

VICE-PRESIDENT JAMES HERRINGTON 

SECRETARY CLINTON LEE 

TREASURER ERNEST WIGGINS 

CHAPLAIN MAC RHODES 

Members 

Louis Battey Hal Prouty 

Bobby Baker Louis Ross 

Tom Blanchard Bill Scan 

Bill Broome George Stulb 

John Burroughs Guyton Thompson 

J. B. Evans Jackie Waller 

Joe Fuller Eugene Wolfe 

V/oodall Greene Mac Rhodes 

Albert Ingram Ernest M'iggins 

Bob Kuhlke Clinton Lee 

Raymond Loyal James Herrington 

Edwin Marsh Tom Gwin 

Joe Mulherin Jack Boardman 

Faculty Advisers. Messsr. C. M. Sutton, Elroy DuPuis, and Dr. J. M. Ellis 




Vdrsity Club 



FRONT ROW 
(Left to Right) 

Harriett Serotta 
Dorothy Dickerson 
Toodle Hilty 
'Marion Maxwell 
Frances Bennett 
Claudine Wells 
Anne Waterston 
Mary K. Reiser 
Jane Paquette 
Anne Stulb 
Frances McAllister 
Allen Cults 
Beverty Newberry 



SECOND ROW 
(Left to Right) 

Jennie Kerns 
Eugene Avery 
James Devaney 
Joe Rossabotham 
Bill Broome 
Henry Caver 
Louis Ross 
Guyton Thompson 
Lewis Newman 
"Teddy" Carrigan 
Boyce Long 



THIRD ROW 
(Left to Right) 

O'Neal Cave 
Billy Powers 
John Epps 
Dick Kelly 
Clinton Slrother 
LeRoy Baggott 
Billy Goatley 
Wayne Barnes 
Louis Battey 
Hubert Griffin 
James Fitzgerald 



FOURTH ROW 
(Left to Right) 

William Mauldin 
Preston Towns 
Tim Gleason 
Marvin McNair 
Bill Weant 
Frank Lackman 
Eugene Gilbert 
David Frankin 
H. B. Allen 
George Stulb 
Herbert Stelling 
Bill Jakes 



FIFTH ROW 
(Left to Right) 

Mac Rhodes 
Orville Verdery 
Harry Parrish 
Tom Gwin 
Jimmy Nowell 
Earl Waller 
William Kennedy 
Bobby Baker 
Clinton Lee 
Wade Sneed 



SIXTH ROW 
(Left to Right) 

Tom Boeckman 
Lloyd Stanford 
Albert Ingram 
Billy Calhoun 
Charles Stulb 




J. C A. Literary Society 

First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT LEOLINE BLACK 

VICE-PRESIDENT DENO THEVAOS 

SECRETARY EVELYN SHORT 

TREASURER ELIZABETH MARSH 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT LEOLINE BLACK 

VICE-PRESIDENT GENE KERR 

SECRETARY JEROME MILLER 

TREASURER ROBERT RICE 

Members 

Sara Bailey Gene Kerr Robert Rice 

Leoline Black Jce Lansdell Elizabeth Torpin 

Julia Mae Embry Jerome Miller Emily Wellmaker 

Stanley Gillman Walter Murray Claudine Wells 

Dorothy Haynie Eleanor Printup Josephine Wheeler 

Mildred Head Martha Pritchard Sibyl Wylds 



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Freshmen Literary Society 

First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT H. H. PARK 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT T. G. THEVAOS 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT A. O. WHITE 

SECRETARY J. G. MAHONEY 

TREASURER C. B. HAYES 

SERGEANT-AT-ARt/S G. P. BATES 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT W. N. AGOSTAS 

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT T. G. THEVAOS 

2ND VICE-PRESIDENT U. A. KNOTTS 

SECRETARY J. G. MAHONEY 

TREASURER N. A. HULL 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS H. H. PARK 

Members 

W. N. Agostas J. L. Hayres A. J. Moseley 

G. P. Bates N. A. Hull E. S. Newton 

H. L. Blackst=ne T. L. Hutto A. A. Page 

G. R. Casey O. R. Jcr.es H. H. Park 

C. L. Duvall U. A. Knotts C. W. Searcey 

C. E. Evans J. G. Mahor.ey T. G. Thevaos 

C. B. Hayes R. W. McGraw A. O. White 

Faculty Advisers 
Mb. F. M. Harriss Mr. Elroy DuPuis 



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Alpha Lambda Siqina 

First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT G. H. PARKS 

VICE-PRESIDENT WALTER REISER 

SECRETARY-TREASURER ALLSTON BAILIE 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT G. H. PARKS 

VICE-PRESIDENT CHARLES KIMBRELL 

SECRETARY WALTER REISER 

TREASURER GILBERT COX 

Members 

Allston Bailie Walter Reiser 

George Bell Donald Spicer 

Cason Bruker Bernard Wolfe 

Gilbert Cox (Honorary Members) 

Francis Dales Eugene Goetchius 

Frank Harris Ben Popkin 

Charles Kimbrell Claude Hill 

Guy Lewis Leslie Youngblood 

G. H. Parks 

Faculty Advisers 

Mp. J. D. HuGHEY Mr. H. M. Felder, Jr. 




Musketeer Staff 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
JouETT Davenport 



Claude Hill Literary Editor 

Eugene Goetchius . . . Associate Editor 

Martha Cooper Exchanges 

Allen Cutts Athletics 



Charles Houston . . . Managing Editor 

GoRDN Kelly Business Manager 

Leslie Youngblood . Asst. Business Manager 
Iane Paquette . . . Circulation Manager 



Contributors: Lenora Brown, Bill Byington, Mack Haynie, Herbert Stelling. Leslie 
Youngblood, C. Paiks, C. Simon. 



Faculty Advisers: 

G. M. Scott J. M. Robinson 

A. G. Owens N. L. Galloway 




A. R. C.-J. C. A. Orchestra 



At Piano — Mary Katherine Reiser 



1ST ROW— Left to Right 
Walter Dunaway 
Garnet Brake 
Emanuel Blanos 
Marshall Blandenberg 



2ND ROW— Left to Right 
Robert Wilkerson 
Douglas Bernard 
Louis Griffin 
William Ready 
Eilly Wynne 



3RD ROW— Left to Right 
Forest Stringer 
Albert Cloud 



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A. R. C. = ]. C. A. Glee Club 

OHicers 

PRESIDENT ... SHIRLEY KOONTZ 

« 

VICE-PRESIDENT EARL WALLER 

SECRETARY MARY KATHERINE REISER 

TREASURER JACK HEGGIE 

Members 



Florence Anderson 
Sara Bailey 
Mary Barnes 
Leoline Black 
Mary Barnes 
Iverson Bryans 
Virginia Coir 
Anne Cotter 
Jcuett Davenport 
Joy Dunaway 
Cecile Fielder 
Neal Fine 
Eugene Goetchius 
Christine Green 



J. D. Harvley 
Dorothy Haynie 
Charles Houston 
Carolyn Hull 
Evelyn Johnson 
Gene Kerr 
Shirley Koontz 
W. Kreisberg 
Frankie Kreps 
Tee Lawrence 
Frances McAllister 
Giady McRae 
Charles Middlebrooks 
Eleanor Miller 



Anne Mulherin 
Walter Murray 
Mary K. Reiser 
Jane Sanford 
Hazel Scruggs 
Betty Thomas 
Elizabeth Torpin 
Barbara Van Sant 
Earl Waller 
Margaret Walters 
Ann Waterston 
Charles Whaley 
J. W. Young 
Leslie Youngblocd 



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J. C. A. Debating Team 



Members 



Robert Rice Evelyn Johnson 

Jerome Miller Gere Kerr 

Walter Murry Sara Bailey 

Eugenge Goetchius 

Faculty Adviser, Mr. J, B. Moore 




Academy Debating Team 





Members 




AFFIRMATIVE 




NEGATIVE 


M. Hochmuth 




Walter Reiser 


M. Haynie 


ALTERNATES 

G. Bell 
C. Kimbrell 


B. V^folfe 



H. M. Felder. Faculty Adviser 



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Beta Club 



JUNIORS 
Walter Reiser 
M. Dennis 
O. Stelling 
Harold Youngblood 
Roy Cosby 
Walton Lampkin 
M. K. Steinberg 
L. Battey 
H. T. Evans 
Heard Robertson 
Milwee Owens 



SENIORS 
M. Murphy 
Riley Fulmer 
Gecrge Suhr 
Carl Simon 
W. T. Brown 
Felton Hill 
W. E. Hoiston 
H. Mcintosh 
L. W. Jackscn, Jr. 
W. D. Jones 
J. L. Mulherin 
Carl Edelblut 
H. Parks 
J. C. Roesel 
V/i!liam Menger 
F. Hill 



Dr. J. M. Ellis, Faculty Adiviser 




Nationally Known Figures at A. R. C. 
BILLY LEE 

Billy, the son cf Mr. and Mrs. James Bothwell Lee, is the younqest solo pilot in the United States. He 
■was recognized as such some time ago by the American Magazine. At the age of ten he made 
his solo flight in a Taylor Cub from Daniel Field. 

JACK BOARDMAN 

Jack, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Boardman, has accomplished national recognition as a skeet 
expert. The following is his records: Augusta Skeet Club Championship, 99 out of a possible 100,- Class 
Championship at Spartanburg, 146 out of a possible 150; Class A Championship at Augusta, 96 
out of a possible 100; Southern Championship at Atlanta, 94 out of a possible 100; Introductory- 
Atlanta City Skeet Championship, 49 out of a possible 50; Dixie Skeet Championship, 95 out of a 
possible 100; Southern States Small Bore Championship. 48 out of a possible 50; Piedmont Skeet 
Championship, 282 out of a possible 300; Class A Piedmont Championship, 285 out of a possible 
100; Augusta Skeet Club Team Shoot High, 96 out of a possible 100; Southeastern Skeet Cham- 
pionship at Jacksonville, 99 out of a possible 100; Southeastern Small Bore Championship at Jack- 
sonville, 47 out of a possible 50: All Georgia Five Man Team; National Championship, 3rd Place, 
98 out of a possible 100; Holder of Southeastern Long Run. 162 straight. 

J. T. MAINS, JR. 

Jack, the son of Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Hains, viras named individual champion of R.O.T.C. units in 
the United States. His excellent score of 398 out of a possible 400 helped the Academy Rifle 
Team to -win the 1938 Hearst Trophy. 




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Harbin's Florist 

Flowers for All Occasions 

PHONE 7231 

Mctcalf at Walton Way 



Mulherin Lumber Co. 



625 Thirteenth St. 



Phone 614 



"Large enoua^h to satisfy your every 
luniht'r need — yet small enough 
to give you personal service." 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

HARLEY'S 

2120 Oglethorpe Ave. 

Groceries. Fruits and Vegetables 
Oysters in Season 

Phones 6716-6717 



John L. Armstrong 



INSURANCE SERVICE 



112 8th St. 



Phone 698 



, COMPLIMENTS OF 



F. IP. IPOOLIDORTH CO. 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Phoenix Printing Co. 



Printing - Engraving - Ruling - Binding 



745 Ellis Street Augusta, Ga. Phone 2225 



Houston Ice and Coal 



Compa 



nv 



'HOME OWNED" 



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RADIO 



Fiaiii Radio Service 

Quality Work at Reasonable Prices 

PHONE 789 
410 8th St. Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



S. R. Kelly & Son 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Sheriff 
M. Gary Whittle 



Central Garden 

FLORIST 

PHONE 6826 

Carefully Selected - Artistically Arranged 
Properly Presented 

"Augusta's Oldest Florist 

With Newest Ideas" 

WALTON WAY AT HEARD 

X. C. ANDERSON. Pin],. 



Sherman and Hemstreet 



Real Estate - Insurance 



Augusta, Ga. 



Sanitation is the First Thing 
in Health — 

BROWN & WILLIAMiSON'S 

SANITARY BARBER 
SHOP 

Corner 8th and Broad Streets 
We Will Appreciate Your Patronage 



F. E. FERRIS & COMPANY 

Clothiers and Haberdashers 
For Men and Young Men 



752 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



J. .B WHITE 



Augusta's leading Department Store 
since grandpa \\'as a l)oy — Still outfit- 
ing the "'Younger Generation." 



Treat Yourself to The Best 




Clary's 






SANITARY BARBER 


SHOP 




S. F. C. Bldg. Lobby 


Augusta. 


Ga. 



COMPLIMEXTS OF 


Modern Insulation & Roofing Co. 


646 Reynolds Street 


AUGUSTA, GA. 



Wm. Schweigert & Co. 

846 Broad Street 
JEWELRY - GIFTS - NOVELTIES 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



JOSEPH E. BRYSON 



Judge of the Municipal Court of the 



City of Augusta. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



GARRETT COMMERCIAL 
SCHOOL 



Williford's Cleaners 



432-34-36 Eighth St. 



Phones 3 and 4 



"A Clean Place to Clean Clothes" 



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THE NATIONAL 
EXCHANGE BANK 



OF 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Strong - Sound - Progressive 



We Cordially Solicit Your Business 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



DOD6E &- PLYMOUTH 

SALES AND SERVICE 

IVY MOTOR CO. 

521 Broad Street 
Phone 3427-28 



J. C. Pennev Co., Inc. 

840 Broad Street 

'7r Pays to Shop 
at Penney'' s" 



Graduation and Gift Books 

Fountain Pens - Kodaks 

and Films 

Murphy Stationery Co. 

720 Broad St. Phone 1780 



BELK-WHITECO. 

Dry Goods, Notions, 
Ready-tc-Wear 

Clothing, Shoes, Gent's 
Furnishings 

843-845-847-849 Broad St. 
AUGUSTA, GA. 





Dorr's 




i 


'Good Taste Ajiparcl 


' 


CLOTHI 


ERS AND HABERDASHERS 


724 Bread St. 




Augusta, Ga. 



BOWEN BROS. HARDWARE CO. 

SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS 

Baseball - Football - Bas":etball 
and Tennis 



905 BROAD STREET 



He 


PAP.KS HENDEIE 

INSURANCE 




Life 


, Accident, Health, Annuities 




Phone 1477 


1202 S. F. C. 


Bldg. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

LEAGUE, DUVALL 
and POWELL 

REALTORS - INSURANCE 



Herald Bld^. 



Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMF.XTS OF 

HUGH BARTON 
and His Orchestra 



Feedright Milling Co. 



"Your P'riencls Forever' 



Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMEXTS OF 



Bianchard & Calhoun 

REALTY COMPANY 
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance 



Marion Building 



Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMEXTS OF 


Augusta Roofing and M&tal Works 


Everything in Roofing and Sheet Metal Work 


623-625 Reynolds St. Phone 4172 






Ice 


Cream For 




Grade AA Milk 


All 


Occasions 


Sancken's 


Certified 




VISIT 


THE SOUTH'S MOST MODERN 
Old Savannah Road 


DAIRY 




GEORGIA-CAROLINA DAIRIES 



Compliments of 



General Tire & Supply Co. 

"Augusta's MASTER Service Station" 
Broad at 12th St. Phone 2600 



Hill Branch: Walton Way at Baker Ave. 
Phone 2737 



Successor to Goldberg's 

"Where Smart People Meet 
Smart Fashions" 



The Augusta Office Supply 
and Equipment Co. 

"EVERYTHING FROM PENS TO SAFES" 
The Young Business Man's Store 

Make Our Store Your 
Headquarters 



306 Eighth St. 



Phone 1497 



\Joal(jreen JJruq 
Stores 

Drugs With A Reputation 

902 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 

PHONE 4016 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONDS 

GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA MUNICIPALS 

LOCAL AND GENERAL MARKET SECURITIES 

Johnson, Lane, Space, & Company, Inc. 



Investment Securities 



733 Broad Street 

AUGUSTA 



ATLANTA 



Telephones 3047-3048 

SAX'ANNAH 



ANUUEWS liROS. 

Ladies' Wearing Apparel - Dress Accessories 
Linens, Dry Goods, Curtains, Draperies 



870 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



A FRIEND 



bURnyS SHOE STORE 

Headquarters For Academy 
Drill Shoes 



912 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Hotel Richmond 



AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



Under New Management 



S. Allen Cohen 

GENERAL INSURANCE 
Life - Fire - Casualty 

S. F. C. Building 





After Graduation — 






Don't Forget to Go to 




Sodas 


. HILL'S 


•- Cafe 


Augusta's Only Private Curb 


Service 




636 BROAD STREET 





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Qaac$4 Canapanu 

EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS 

Academy and Junior College Athletes Wear 
Spalding and Goldsmith Athletic Equipment 

GOLF - TENNIS - BASKETBALL AND 
FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 

Complete Fishing and Hunting Equipment 



210-12 Eighth St. 



Phone 3280 



H. E. PEEL 



GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



Phone 1410 Augusta, Ga. 



Pearce-Youjig-Angel Co. 

1002 Fen wick St. 
AUGUSTA 



Wholesale Fruits and Produce 
Cold Storage 



BOARDMAN OIL 
COMPANY 



'AN ALL-AUGUSTA 
INSTITUTION" 



JUNIOR COLLEGE & ACADEMY 



SENIOR RINGS and PINS 



FURNISHED BY 



Mi4' 



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WE ALSO SERVE A COMPLETE LINE OF 

Diplomas-Invitations-Cards 
Caps & Gowns-Trophies-Cups-Medals 



H. S. Canfield 



Georgia Rep. 



1560 No. Decatur Road, Adanta 



iMert'dilh (Optical ( o. 

OPTOMETRISTS 



740 42 Eroad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



"H.ive your eyes examiii-ed 
regularly every year" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Roy V. Harris 



Curb Service 



Phone 2181 



WALL'S 

EXCLUSIVE 

Cleaners & Dyers 

1803 Walton Way 
' Our Cleanin.'j Art Keeps Wardrobes Smart' 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



R. E. ELLIOTT SONS 



R. ALLEN ELLIOTT 
LESTER F. ELLIOTT 
S. HERBERT ELLIOTT 














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Dixie Pig 

Where Students Meet for 



5...^ 



■ Drinks — Sandwiches 



East Boundary at Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



The Quality Shop 



874 Broad Street 



'-<Jhii:r'- 



Lockhart-McAuliffe & Co. 

Real Estate - Fire and 

Casualty Insurance 

Surety Bonds 

807 Broad Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

S. DONALD FORTSON CO. 

1553 BROAD STREET 

MILL SUPPLIES 

653 — Phones — 3105 

Heating and Air Conditioning 



"A Home Institution For More Than A Century" 



Georgia Railroad Bank 
And Trust Company 



Main Office: 
701 Broad Street 



Uptown Branch : 
1109 Broad Street 



Member Federal Deposit Iiifurancc Corporation 
Member Federal Reserve System 



Shop at Sears 
and Save 



Shiip at the store of finer quality. Laboratory 
tested merchandise. Here you will find 
the majority cf your needs in 21 complete 
departments. 



"The Worlds Largest Store" 

SEARS ROEBUCK 
AND COMPANY 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

J. B. BOWDEN, Sheriff 

and 

WILLIAM H. DAVIS, Clerk 
MUNICIPAL COURT 



SHOP IN COMFORT — 

SILVER'S 

5c and 10c Store 

_AIR-CONDITIONED_ 



R. G. FLAKE 



J. E. THOMPSON 



SPIRES BARBER SHOP 

221 Ninth Street 
ALEX SPIRES, Prop. 



Give Us A Trial and We Will Make 
A Customer of You. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

Whitney McNeill 
Electric Co. 

EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 



640 Broad Street 



Phone 1316 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Jjalue ^arniiare Uo. 



Southern Welding Co. 

J. A. OUZTS, Prop. 

ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE 
WELDING AND CUTTING 

Auto Frames and Axles Aligned Accurately 
With Bear System 



623 Ellis Street 



Telephone 1332 




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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Bailey Produce 
Company 



Office: 209 Tenth St. Plant: 630 Broad St. 
Phone 1400 Phone 2212 



CENTRAL CLEANING 
AND PRESSING CO. 

E. M. Crozier. Prop. 



All Work 
Guaranteed 



All Garments 
Insured 



Tutnltute. 
(— ompdnu 



1010 Broad St. 

PHONE 2365 
Augusta, 
Georgia 



DRINK - 




Delicious and Refreshing 



Augusta Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
Augusta, Georgia 



1848 








1938 


J. 


Willie 

756 


Levy 

BROAD ST 


Co., 


Inc. 




Style Quarters for High 


School 


and 




College Boy 


3 for Nearly 


90 Ye; 


jrs. 



Compliments of 

S. H. KRESS & CO. 

5c - 10c and 25c STORE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Board of Commissioners 
Roads and Revenues 

Richmond County, Ga. 



Edwin C. Mertins Frank R. Miles 

James M. Wooddall Frank H. Hooper 

R. P. Mayo 



A. Cohen 



L. I. Cohen 




Augusta's Only Exclusive Young Men's 
and Boys' Shop 

976 BROAD STREET 
Phone 4268 Augusta, Ga. 




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PERKINS LUMBER COMPANY 
619 13th Street Te'ephone 371 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

C. M. HILL 

SERVICE STATION 

— We Specialize in Safety Service — 
The Best Fquipped Shop in East Georgia 



565 Broad Street 



Phone 2626 



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Q'ommins Studio 



Portraits and Commercial 
Photographs 



727 Broad Street 



Phone 2314 



Lucerne Jersey Farm 

A. E. ROESEL, Prop. 

GRADE AA 
VITA-MINERALIZED MILK 

Phone 6867 



Maxwell Brothers 

-:- Furniture -:- 

FRIGIDAIRES - RADIOS 
DRAPERIES 



933 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. 

PHONE 4000 



Southern Roofing & Insulating Co. 

ROOFING MATERIALS 

Rock Wool Insulation 
Asphalt Tile - Paints - Wall Boards 

Phone 2881 
13th at Walker St. Augusta, Ga. 



DRINK 

Royal-Crown Cola 

Twice As Good - Twice As Much 

5/ 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Frank Renick 



818 Broad Street 



WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME HEATING 
Residential and Commercial 

AIR-CONDITIONING 

Oil-O-Matic Burners - Iron Fireman Stokers 
Westinghouse Air-Conditioning 

PHEONIX OIL COMPANY 

Heating and Air-Conditioning Division 
700 Twiggs Street Phone 196 



THE SOUTHERN 
COTTON OIL CO. 

— Manufacturers of — 

HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS 
COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 

Augusta. Georgia 



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Compliments of 



The Citizens and Southern 
National Bank 



No Account Too Large — None Too Small 
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Woodward Lumber Co. 

LUMBER 
BUILDERS SUPPLIES 

Architectural Woodwork 



Phone 1161 



Augusta, Ga. 





Reliable 


True 


king 


Co., Inc. 


Daily 


Over-N 


ight Service 


Augusta, 


Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Phone 3316 


WAL. 6209 



Swift & (^onipanv 

Oil Mill 

"Cotton Bloom Cottonseed Meal" 

Modern Cotton Gin 
1890 Savannah Road Augusta, Ga. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

LUMBER 
COiVTPANV 



^^3KSS. 



C. p. WALKER & CO. 

JEWELERS AND DIAMOND 
MERCHANTS 



862 Broad St. 



Augusta, Ga. 



BICYCLES MOTORCYCLES 
PENNZOIL 



R. L. Sumerau & Son 



TiHir Antique Siihojppe 

EARLY AMERICAN ANTIQUES 



602 Broad Street 



Augusta, Ga. 



Strothart's Drug Stores 

"Prescriptiun.s A Specialty" 

Bon Air Vanderbilt Hotel 

Phone 7300 Augusta. Ga, 

MAIN STORE: Partridge Inn 



GRADUATES 



We extend each and e\ery one of 
you con.a^ratulatiuns and best wishes, 
niav ^"(lur future be one of happiness 
and success. 



J)axon-(^ullu 



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WASH AT 

HULSE LAUNDRY 

"JUST A GOOD ONE" 
6871 . . . PHONES ... 513 



LAUNDRY 



DRY CLEANING 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



INTERSTATE COFFEE CO. 




^EWJI^ 



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Castleberry's Food Co., Inc. 

Augusta, Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Platts Funeral Home 



721 Crawford Avenue 



Augusta. Georgia 



Complimenls ot 

A FRIEXD 



COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO. 

7A7 Ellis Street 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



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THE INDEPENDENT DRUG STORES OF AUGUSTA 




• 


• 


Our most valualjle asset is 


the gO(_)dwill of our customers and the 


physicians we serve. A feeling of 


confide 


nee i.s insjiired b\' the knowledge 


that prescriptions and orders will 1 


)e filled 


completely and without substitu- 


tion. Drugf stores listed here are striving continously to maintain and exceed 


the standards that are required to merit a 


:ontinuance of this valuable asset. 


May we be of service to you? 






DAVEXPORT & KDMUXD'S DRUG STORE 


MARK'S DRUG COMPAXY 


502 Broad Street 




1298 Broad Street 


Phone 1197 




Phone 633 


HAXSBERGER'S DRUG STORE 




ECOX( )MY DRUG COMPAXY 


990 Broad Street 




1531 Walton Way 


Phone 2667 




Phone 2166 


KIXGS WAY PtIAR:MACY 




PUR\IS DRUG COMPAXY 


2107 Kings Way 




1268 Broad Street 


Ph. me 7678 




Phone 2377 


KXIGHT'S PHARMACY 




WATSOX'S DRUG STORE 


1203 Troupe Street 




1498 Walt, in Way 


Phone 6362 




Phone 43 


LEWIS &; OLIX'E DRUG CO. 




YOUNGBLOOD'S DRUG STORE 


1002 Broad Street 




608 Broad Street 


Phone 1774 




Phone 618 



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